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My PC with windows xp can't read kingston 4 gb sdhc

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Install proper drivers for ur memory card

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From Microsoft support:
Some Secure Digital (SD) cards do not work correctly on Windows XP-based computers. Additionally, you may notice a yellow exclamation mark (!) next to the SD card in Device Manager.
This problem may occur even though you have applied other hotfixes that are required for high-capacity SD card support. For more information, click the following article numbers to view the articles in the Microsoft Knowledge Base: 923293 The 923293 hotfix adds support for SD High Capacity memory cards in Windows XP 934428 Hotfix for Windows XP that adds support for SDHC cards that have a capacity of more than 4 GB

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<span><span> <p>What's SDHC card?</b><br /> <p>SDHC (Secure Digital High Capacity) is an extension of the SD standard which increases card's storage capacity up to 32 GB. Its family includes SDHC, miniSDHC and microSDHC, and they have a capacity of 4GB to 32GB. It is FAT32 file system. SDHC cards share the same physical and electrical form factor as older cards, allowing SDHC devices to support both newer SDHC cards and older SD cards. For its huge storage ability, SDHC card was widely used to store music, video, photos as well as documents for all kinds of devices, such as digital cameras, camcorders, mobile phones, and portable computers. Kingston is one of the world's leading memory card manufacturers, its memory cards are known to have high data storage capacity, transfer speed and better quality. However, there are lees to every wine. Sometimes, we lost data due to bad luck.<span> </span><br /><br />Causes lead to pictures and video loss in Kingston SDHC card</b><br /><br /> <p>Pictures and video loss can be caused by various reason, the following are some typical ones:<br />1. Accidental deleting: Delete files by right-clicking menu or just press "Delete" button in your digital camera.<br />2. Format SDHC card: Come across message reads "Media is not formatted, would you like to format now?" and press "format" or disk initialization when digital camera SDHC card is just connected.<br />3. Improper operation of Cameras or camcorders: you may forget to backup then factory set of device or turn off the storage media during the writing process. Using SDHC card between different cameras and pull out SDHC card while the camera is on will also lead to loss images and video.<br />4. Other reasons like unexpected devices power off or SDHC was attacked by virus when connected to PC will also loss data in it.<br /><br />How to recover pictures and video from Kingston SDHC card</b><br /><br /> <p>Every Kingston SDHC card contains a memory chip within the card. If the chip was intact, you are lucky, the data in your SDHC card should be still there and you can get them back. If not, there is no way to rescue. You can send the card to a reputable expert to help you get back pictures and video from SDHC card or just purchase<span> </span><a href="http://www.card-data-recovery.com/">Kingston SDHC card recovery</a>program like Card Data Recovery to retrieve data by yourself. Here are steps about how to use Card Data Recovery to help you recover pictures and video.<br />Step1.</b><span> </span>Insert Kingston SDHC card into a multi card reader if your PC does not support SDHC card in the SD card slot. Connect the card reader to your PC.<br />Step2.</b><span> </span>Download Card Data Recovery and install it in your PC, in "Disk Management", find SDHC card from the drive selection menu.<br />Step3.</b><span> </span>In the interface of Card Data Recovery, select "SDHC card" from the drive selection menu, choose "photo" or "video" in the right of interface and then click "scan" to begin scanning.<br />Step4.</b><span> </span>In the task list, chech photos and video, and click "recovery" to start recovery. <a href="http://www.card-data-recovery.com">Card Data Recovery</a> allows you to preview photos and audio before recovery.<br /></span></span><br />

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I have bought a 4 Gig SD card but my camera won't accept it


If it's a 4 GB card there is a chance your camera doesn't have SDHC support.

SD cards 4 GB and over are called SDHC cards and your phone may not have the ability to "talk" to the card.

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Drivers for detecting 4gb kingston SDHC


SD vs SDHC is a question I get alot. First let me explain your issue. Unless your CARD READER is rated for SDHC chances are its an older model and cant handle the card, even with driver updates. You will need to check the manufacturers website of the device you are using as a reader to see if there are newer drivers. If its a laptop go to the manufacturers page and and be sure and choose Windows XP as your OS. Ok, now to the difference. SD cards are called solid state memory. The internal workings of each hasnt changed much except that the SD card used standard file formatting that was understandable in Windows XP and earlier operating systems. the SDHC (HC stands for High Capacity) uses the same architecture in teh card but changes the way data is stored and read that enables it to hold more data on same size device. (note architecture means design of card type not inside guts) Thus your system and Operating system may not be capable of addressing the new coding and file system changes on teh SDHC cards. Many older cameras (2008 and before) dont recognize SDHC cards either. Good news is they make an SD card (plain) in a 4 gig and you may be able to replace yours at the retailer with teh correct one needed (unless you bought via ebay or other method) Yours is a good question and is often asked, so dont feel bad in anyway. Just look at it this way.. you learned the lesson recently when the pricing between the two is about the same.. I learned the lesson 2 years ago when an SDHC cost about 80$ compared to 19 $ for a normal SD... SMILE!

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Have a sony vaio notebook that will read a kodak sd card but will not read a transcend sd card. any help would be appreciated


Please check if the Computer supports SD card of larger capacity.
If preinstalled OS is Windows XP Operating System, supports SD card from 512 MB to 2 GB max and does not support SDHC card.
Windows Vista and Windows 7 Computer supports SD and SDHC card upto 8 GB to 16 GB,.

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From Microsoft support:
Some Secure Digital (SD) cards do not work correctly on Windows XP-based computers. Additionally, you may notice a yellow exclamation mark (!) next to the SD card in Device Manager.

This problem may occur even though you have applied other hotfixes that are required for high-capacity SD card support. For more information, click the following article numbers to view the articles in the Microsoft Knowledge Base: 923293 The 923293 hotfix adds support for SD High Capacity memory cards in Windows XP 934428 Hotfix for Windows XP that adds support for SDHC cards that have a capacity of more than 4 GB

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Hi viveka_sirka,

If you have the 4GB card the most likely problem is your reader is not SDHC compatible. SDHC cards are all SD cards that are 4GB and larger. If your reader is the reason then you must get a new reader to plug into your USB port that will read SDHC cards.

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