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Upload issues The card will read on computer, but the reader slot has a bent prong. When I plug in USB from camera to computer it will not read. Do I have to have a program to make it read?

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You have two options, 1: you can use the smart card adapter to slide into a smart card reader, very easy. 2: you can hook up the cord from your computer to your camera. So whichever one is no longer working... try the other method.

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