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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i changed my hard drive .. and my computer has an SD slot .. but it wont read my card when i insert it .. odes it have to do with the new hard drive .. what can i do ..
Posted on Sep 10, 2008
SOURCE: Kingston 4gb sd card won't read
I had a problem with lenovo's reader like this, because i put in the nokia 6600 card, correct format and all, but apparently too old and not yet ment to be read by a computer ...
sd could still be hc ... the system of names is still not set up right. if you got a small black attachment for the card that makes it longer, put it on and try inserting the card again.
check if all the drivers are like they should be.
if you've got a friend with a card reader, make sure the card is ok. and if you've got a friend with a card, make sure the reader is like it's supposed to be
post a feedback, ok
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
go to Wal-Mart or K-Mart and such, you can get a SD reader/ writer (such as Targus, about $9 USD, what I use) and put your SD card into it, then plug into USB (USB 2.0 is current standard, but will work with USB 1.1, just slower). PC will ask if you want to play/record from/to the removable drive, select "take no action" then go to the "my computer" icon (or what ever you have named it) double click the drive letter for the flash/SD card (E,F,G etc.). open the file folder that you want to copy from <usually something like "100MEDIA" or such> (I STRONGLY recommend that you "COPY FILE(S)" and NOT "move file(s)" as that if something crashes you still HAVE the orig. files) select to copy to the correct drive letter/ file name(s) and PLEASE remember to "remove hardware safely" or you could KILL the files and/or the drive(s) that you were using. (did that TWICE before I realized what I was doing wrong). good luck!
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
No, there is a simple fix. However, it involves flashing the BIOS on the laptop.
Don't worry, there's not much chance of it going wrong as long as you follow their steps of flashing the BIOS (Incidentally, it's stored on most laptop hard drives).
The reader will accept a larger chip if the updated BIOS on the laptop manufacturer's website is written to do it. Contact the manufacturer via email first just to make sure.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
It appears to be blocked, what you have to do is push it in (blocked door) then it springs the cover off .
Posted on Apr 18, 2010
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