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MicroSD Card not being read, SanDisk 2GB MicroSD Card

I have recently bought a SanDisk 2GB MicroSD Card in order to play on my R4DS. I read all about how to setup the R4 and the SD card in order for it to work on my R4, but as I stick in my MicroSD Card into the SD USB reader (I have two of them, one direct USB and one through a MicroSD adapter), it does not seem to detect on my computer. It recognizes a USB device has been plugged in but it does not recognize it as a removable disk.

Is this a problem with the card itself?

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  • og443 Feb 22, 2008

    i have the same problem. the computer recognizes the usb device but not if the microsd card is in it.

  • Anonymous Apr 21, 2008

    The computer can recognise my USB 2.0 Trans Flash but it can't read my micro SD card inside the USB.why???

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I don't think there is a problem with the card itself. The slot might be dusty. Try and blow into the slot and then blow the card itself.

Posted on Feb 13, 2008

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Here is what I tried. My USB writer wasn't working but I happen to have a SD card reader on my printer so I used the SD adapter (in the R4 box) and printer to try a different route and it worked. good luck

Posted on Mar 20, 2008

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Or the Card is SDHC... and your adapter is not... I would suggest replacing the adapter or the card, either of them could be faiiling.

Posted on Feb 14, 2008

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