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I was using a scandisk mirco sd card the first time i put it in a card reader it was recognized by the computer, the 2nd time use it to transfer data from the computer using a card reader it wont work and it cannot be detected by the computer. i have tried other card reader but the same problem i experienced. what the best thing i will do?

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  • Daniel Jun 06, 2010

    A couple of questions :- By stating it "cannot be detected by the computer" do you mean the computer will not detect the card at all or is it just unable to read the data that you transferred onto it ? Did you format the card ? if you did, which formatting software did you use? which type of formatting? (FAT32, EXT1,2,3 etc.) Any other details? The more I know about what has transpired the easier it will be to identify the problem at hand and offer possible solutions :-)

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