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I need help uploading my SanDisk SDHC 4GB Memory card to my labtop throgh the SD slot in my labtop

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SD and SDHC are NOT the same. go to radio shack and get a usb micro sd card reader and transfer that way but again SD (2<GB) and SDHC (2>GB) are not backward compatible .

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