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I have a USB 2.0 T-Flash Card Reader (MircoSD to USB) and windows is giving the 'USB Device not Recognized' error message. Apparently these flash cards are not very reliable.. Is there anyway to fix this without buying a new T-flash card?

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1 u can try to plug it into various different ports on the computer
2 u can report the device faulty to either the store that you bought it from or the owning company and get a free exchange.

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