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Cannot access SD card containing photos. Initally tried to copy photos to hard drive but system seezed and cannot now access SD card, keeps asking do I want to format card, always said NO. Regards Bob from Essex

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Hi Bob, can you tell me what SD card reader do you have? is it a internal one from a laptop?

Some of the older SD card readers doesnt read SDHC cards, you might want to check. And some just require new drivers for the SD card reader. Best way to check is look for your SD card reader's driver in DELL then using the maker name of that driver and go to their website to see if they have an updated driver. Dell usually doesn't have the latest drivers.

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