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It rather sounds like you're inserting the card after inserting the reader into the PC... am I wrong?
As long as the device is detected in the Device Manager (system properties), it should be fine.
Insert the card first, then insert the USB reader. From there, check that you get a drive-letter. If you do, great.. if it's brand new, it may require formatting the disk before you can open it and start putting things on it or using it in a camera.
When you say "no files are detected", i'm assuming you don't simply mean "there are no files already on the SD card"... because that's normal if it's new. =-]
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