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Driver software for MicroSD needed?

I have inserted a MicroSD adaptor with card into my laptop slot for it. My computer shows no device..I think my driver for the SD card is not installed. I dont have the software. Where can i find software for a MicroSD

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  • Anonymous Aug 03, 2008

    problem for microSD!

  • Dswif3y Sep 10, 2008

    i put a micro sd flash with the smaller card nto my slot and it says there is a device I/O error, and then also says there is not device located.

  • ldkelsch Jan 17, 2009

    I have put the SD in the SD slot, it found it the first time and tried to run an auto install wizard. It was unable to find the software it needs and now it wont even recognize when I put it in the slot......any ideas peeps??



    BTW, its a SanDisk Micro SD 1g.

  • adidashbm Feb 25, 2009

    The computer will not let me format my Micro SD Ultra II 1GB...also when i put it in the phone it recognizes it but doesnt show any files...

  • Anonymous Feb 26, 2009

    I'm having the same problem. I have a SanDisk 128 MB micro SD with a MicroSD adaptor. the computer does not recognize it when I place it in the computer slot.

  • Anonymous Feb 27, 2009

    iouiouio

  • Anonymous May 06, 2009

    i put the sd in the sd slot the slot lights up but nothing happens on my computer

  • vinotfan Dec 16, 2009

    my micro sd card pasword is clossed so please sen a microsd unlocker pl

  • Rishi Roshan Ali May 11, 2010

    Please provide the make and model for the driver you require. The make and model of the MicroSd Adaptor that is.

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I can't copy my files from computer to micro sd..where can i find software for a micro sd

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I have the same problem my computer needs driver but I can not find that I need help please help me find micro SanDisk Driver for windows 7 on my computer and an HP a1629.pt

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