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First thing to try is to use a different usb port for the card reader.
If that doesn't work, try a different disk to see if the port's working, and the card reader. Next, make sure the card's fingers are clean- clean them with a qtip and 90% isopropyl alcohol. Also, make sure the lock tab on the SD card is not in the lock position. Aside from that, you might have a problem with the card reader itself.
There are memory card utilities on the net, but you have to be able to use a card reader to fix the corrupted cards.
Check to see if your computer recognizes the other usb devices, and if it does, I would think maybe the card reader or disk itself is bad.
Sorry I don't have an easy fix for you, but good luck, and hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 09, 2010
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