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Sandisk 4gb microSdhc wont read in computer

Yea my memory card that I said in the subject wont read in my computer. I put other memory cards like it and it worked Any ideas?

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  • Tylerperson May 12, 2008

    I already found the problem I didnt have an HC Reader for an HC memory card and since you didnt get it right and I had to find it out on my own I'd like my gaurenteed refund

    THANKS
    Tyler

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Hi Tyler person,







"- Turn it OFF
- Put it in the HOLD position
- HOLD the center button IN while plugging into USB port, continue to hold for 5 to 7 sec even after plugged in.
At this point MY COMPUTER recognized it. And it worked.

OR

- go to WWW.MICROSOFT.COM
- In the upper right hand search bar, type in MTP PORTING KIT
download the first one. Now my Sansa Clip work perfect. I wish I would have talked to him last week before I returned the last one, for the same reasons.

If this does not help call the 1-800 # , opt #4, and ask for GUY (yes that is really his name)"

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