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If you did not format the internal camera memory, you can initialize and install: Set the camera to OFF. Remove the SD card and connect the camera to the computer with the USB cable. The computer and camera should negociate and the camera should initialize and it asks to install the software.
in this case Im sorry to inform you that will not be any data available on that card cause it should have been formatted before use...or ..it is damaged thats why it is not reads on it ...but a thing to try is to see if it is not locked on the side button ..for securing data ..at least after unlocking you can format it ..and use it ... also see that it needs to be formated in FAT32 ..for to be usable in the camera
The SD card may have to be reformated. You should do this in the camera you want to use the SD card with. Do not format the card with your computer.
In you manual or on the menu of your camera there is a "Format" procedure. follow that and your camera will work again (REMEMBER) if you have images on the SD card down load them before you format the card.
Once you down load the images from your camera you should reformat the card to clear it in order to shoot more images.
I believe any SD cards larger than 2Gb are technically SDHC cards, which are not compatible with all cameras. Kingston is a decent company so I'm guessing it's not because the card is a dud. If your camera doesn't advertise SDHC compatibility then I don't think you can get the card to work in it.