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The below was refrencing an mp3 player, but it will work same way for you.
The below was copyed from an earlier post of mine.
Over a period of time your info can get corrupt from transering music back and forth.
To format plug it in to usb.
Go to my computer
It shows up as a removably disc, usually drive f:
Right click on drive f: (or the approriate drive) and click format.
Let me know what happens, you will have reload the player, also try bypassing the software you are using to tranfer, by opening up drive f: and clicking and dragging your music into it , or you can copy and paste it into drive f:
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Some SD and MMC have a security feature in them. If so you will need the disk that came along with it. After you install it then that's the time you can fully utilize your SD/MMC. SD means Secure Data / MMC means Multi Media Card.
If your card reader is not appearing in the My Computer then check if it is detected in the Windows device manager. Go to START > CONTROL PANEL > DEVICE MANAGER. Usually it is under the category of Disk Adapters or Human Interface Device. If it's not present then unplug and plug the device back in. Or try a different USB port to see if that will work. If it doesn't then most likely the reader is defective. But if it is detected and still not able to read the SD/MMC and the SD is being read by a different computer then the issue could be that the SD is not compatible with the reader.
You can use Card Data Recovery to help you recover your pictrues from the damaged drive. It can recover data from all camera flashmemory cards including Compact Flash Card (CF), Smart Media Card, SecureDigital Card (SD), Multi-Media Card (MMC), XD Picture Card (XD), Micro Drive,Sony Memory Stick (Duo, Pro), as well as removable storage including Zip disk,USB drives and Hard drives. Recovery of files is also possible even when drivehas been formatted.
you can take out the memory card and fix it into the card reader (you will get a card reader vey cheap anywhere.). and connect it to your comp.
Now your card will work as a flash drive and you can transfer data easily then...
Hope this helps you out.. :)
Other brands and capacities of cards may work, but Nikon cannot guarantee their operation. Check with the manufacturer of the third-party card for compatibility information. Nikon recommends keeping one of the approved cards available for troubleshooting.
Multi Media cards (MMC) are not recommended and should not be used.