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Fujitsu T4220 Flash Memory Drive

I plug a 1 gb micro SD flash memory card in the handy flash memory slot in the front of the computer (in the full SD card sized adapter of course). When I do, some programs will freeze, but otherwise nothing happens.

I look in 'My Computer' and the removable drive doesn't show up. I've searched high and low, and can't seem to find any way to access the card. Hopefully there is something insanely simple that I'm overlooking.

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Hmmmm.....

First of all try unmapping any other Drive that is connected.

lets say u have external harddrive and it had drive letter F:
When u put the SD it for some reason wants that Drive Letter and when it is occupied with some other device it will not show up.

Also u want to check the Bios settings if that card reader is enabled.
If u can open up the cabinet( Tower ) thrn check if the internal connection to Mother board are alrite.

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