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I work for a school bus company and we have a camera system installed on our school buses that uses a 32 gb memory card. I also have a Dynex 6 in 1 memory card reader. When i hook up the reader to my computer it does recognize the reader. But when i try to view the footage it tells me that the folder is empty. The camera system formats the memory card automatically, so that cant be the problem. However, i was able to hook up a 12 inch tv to the camera system itself and watch the footage through the camera unit. So, there is actually data on there. I really need to be able to use this Dynex reader because the schools will want me to send them the memory card in case of an incident.

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You need a memory card reader that support SDHC formats - all SD cards bigger than 2GB are the new SDHC format. Most new readers will read SDHC. Any reader old enough to be "6 in 1" type doesn't support SDHC. You can get very cheap readers from eBay.

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