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Lately computer has stopped recognizing the camera and the sd cards for downloading photos? Any guesses?

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Let me explain you the possibilities:-

When you pull out a flash drive or memory card without using the Safely Remove Hardware function, Windows will often completely lose track of that memory card reader or flash drive. Apparently Windows thinks that it's still installed, but doesn't remember how to access it. When you install it again, Windows doesn't react at all.
The fix is simple: reboot the computer.

But if its the regular problem then you can try uninstalling the usb drivers and reinstalling them again.

If still the problem exists.try reinstalling your operating system again as this will fix the issue for sure.

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