Question about SanDisk 4GB microSD High Capacity Memory Card
Right click on Computer or My Computer (depending on your Windows version, assuming you're using Windows). Click on Manage to bring up the Computer Management utility. Click on Disk Management under Storage. It will show the various drives/disks in your computer, one of which should be that SanDisk. Try giving it a different drive letter by right-clicking on it and choosing Change Drive Letter. Sometimes they insist on being drive F, but when that's already taken, it doesn't take the next available letter, so you have to do it manually as shown above.
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
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