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I have purchased a new kingston memory card, and i don't know which software to be installed to read my card on my computer My computer has a port to read memory card.

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Normally, You would not need any software to read the memory card. Your windows system should automatically detect it.

The only possible reason why your memory card may not be read by your system is if you are logged in as a normal users and not the administartor. The system would first try to install the device driver for the memory card automatically when you insert it. If you are not an administrator, installation may fail. So I think you should log in as the administrator and then insert your memory card.

It's also possible that the memory card may be damaged; to test it, try using the memory card in someother computer.

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due to the fact that this memory card is no longer available, Kingston does not have drivers fo this card . As a matter of fact SD cards normally do come with drivers , as they are conformed in a way that operating systems recognise them once you plug them into the SD slot

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some background on this particular SD memory card you have

SDCZ2-512-A10-KT (Discontinued) Description: 512MB USB 2.0 DataTraveler I write up to 3MBps Discontinued Additional Info: DataTraveler I USB 2.0 Flash Drive Write up to 1.5MBps Read up to 6MBps Mfgr's System P/N's: SDCZ2-512-A10 (Kingston) Form Factor: USB Flash Memory Warranty: 5 Yrs†


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When the problem occurs is a clue as to the cause.

For example, your response to a memory error message depends on whether:
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UNEXPECTED PROBLEMS

If your system has been running fine, but suddenly starts to produce memory errors, and crash or lock up frequently, the chance of a hardware failure is more likely, since configuration and installation problems show up as soon as the computer turns on. Sometimes you can get memory problems if your computer is overheating, if you are having a problem with your power supply, or if corrosion has developed between the memory module and the socket, weakening the connection.

HANDLING SPECIFIC PROBLEMS

Here is a list of the most common ways the computer informs you of a memory problem.

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  2. Computer boots but doesn't recognize all the installed memory.

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  5. The computer has other problems caused by memory.
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