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I have a mikomi cellmate card reader/writer how do i retrieve my stored data from the card to my computer, im running with windows vista home premium

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  • slimline May 27, 2008

    Hi
    I have the Mikomi cellmate card reader/writer, I have installed it ut it will not read my SD card, I must admit that looking on th the back it lists SD, SD PRO, SD ELITE PRO etc,etc and I have SD PRO DUO, dose this mean it will not accept the data from my card ? I have windows X.p on my laptop
    thanks


  • Preeti Mekala May 11, 2010

    Could you please let me know the make and model number please?

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Maybe your card is not supported with the vista home edition,try to setup the driver for it.

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