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Camera/PC can not read SD card

Hello,

I purchased a SD 4G card. It came with the card reader.
Neither my camera not my PC (thru its own card reader) do not recognize the card. However the PC sees it with this external card reader I recived with the card.
Is there any way to make it work in the camera (Canon SD700)?
Thank you

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I been at it all night downloading programs and using dos commands, the only way to make it seen by device is useing fat file system, and my winxp will only do fat32. However, my microsd is 8gb, not 4gb. so my problem might be slightly bigger than yours. Mine didn't come with any software, but it was $30, so I got what I paid for. shrug

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