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SD card My computer isn't reading the sd card...is there a software or program that i need for my computer to read the card? When i click on the diff drives for removable disk...it say computer not responding. My computer is pretty new....please help! This phone is driving me nuts!

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  • Anonymous Nov 28, 2008

    i have what seems to be the same problem. although what i believe is the solution is to create files for each type of media e.g. music , pictures, etc. i have managed to create my music file and am up and running there. but cannot seem to create a file where the pictures i take are read by the phone off of the card. perhaps i have named the folder wrong?

  • Anonymous Nov 29, 2008

    i can place music files on the sd card but my phone will not play the music

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Try doing an update of your wimdows and if that does not work try another sd card.

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