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I posted a little too early. There was one other trick I've used and I guess I should have started with that. The problem is indeed related to the SIM not getting enough downward pressure on the contacts to be recognized. So I took a small strip of paper, about 3/8" by 1 1/4". I folded it three times. When you fold it one end will be closed and the other end will have the two edges of the paper that can open up. Using the open end will make it harder to slide under the bracket. So you will want to take the closed end and gently side it above the SIM card underneath the silver metal bracket that holds the SIM in place. I used a post-it note as the paper but anything will do. It was working with just a double thickness but I wanted to be sure so I moved up to three layers. Depending on the tolerances of your phone you might be able to only do double layer and still be able to slide it in. Or you might need to go to four layers. I hope this solves it for you.
/text for Google's indexes so others can find this: HTC Kaiser 8925, Cingular 8925, AT&T Tilt 8925, SIM Card is missing,
Be sure to have the card properly inserted into the phone. Next go into the start menu on your phone. After that go into tools in tools you will see a program named File Explorer. From the file explorer you can see all the files on your phone. From there you should see Storage Card. Open the storage card file and there it is.
What PDA do you have? What size memory card do you have? Certain PDAs cannot read more than 1GB memory cards. For example, my Palm Treo 700wx cannot support SD cards larger than 2GB. In fact, when I put a 4GB inside, it damaged the SD card such that I could no longer use a memory card reader to use it for anything else.
If you can answer the two questions below, I can try and help you out more.