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SDHC Card 4GB

My Computer does not read the card. Can the card be difective, or is it my computer?

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  • rosemarie_w Aug 04, 2008

    when inserted in the camera will not format. how do we format the disc? we have a lexar 4GB SCHC card and the Kodak easy share CX530 camera. please help us.

  • Anonymous Oct 01, 2008

    I can not get the card to read on one of my computers, it happens to be the one I use for all photo needs. It will download to my laptop with is newer. How can this be solved?

  • pooface Nov 11, 2008

    I have the same problem as well. The card won't format in my camera. It comes up "card needs formatting", I hit continue, and it comes up again after a minute. Also, every desktop computer I try won't read it but a laptop will.

  • Anonymous Dec 24, 2008

    I have a kodak 8.2 megapixel camera with a kodak 4gb sdhc card. When I put this in the card reader on my Acer 5100 laptop computer to get the pics it will not read the card. Is the problem in my laptop, Can any downloads be done to fix this problem or do I have to take it to a teck for help

  • rjdelaossa Dec 28, 2008

    Lexar 4gb schc premium 60x, computer wont read but it will with other sd cards just not the lexar one i have... I just locks up my computer window but as soon as i remove it from the multi-card reader (built into my computer) everything goes back to normal instantly.

  • sunnergren Mar 08, 2009

    Computer will not read Lexar 4GB sdhc card without cable connection. Also did not record Raw files from camera.

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The card can be defective but it should read it. its probably dust or somthing stuck between the card and computer.

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