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I/O ERROR DEVICE MSG


I BOUGHT A USB CARD READER/WRITER & WHEN I PLUGGED IT IN & TRY TO OPEN THE (F:) DRIVE WHERE IT'S LOCATED A MSG POPS UP "The request could not be performed because of an I/O Error device"..what is that suppose to mean?Is the problem caused by my micro memory card or w/ the USB card reaedr i just bought?

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I had same problem..couldn't solve it with tape over the lock switch and many other ways.. so i purchased a usb card reader (about $5 max) and now it works fine!..make sure the lock is off!

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