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Topic # 99387 18-Mar-2012 20:37
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But my camera does...
Does anyone know how to fix this problem? 

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  Reply # 596892 18-Mar-2012 21:16
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Try a different card reader perhaps.
Or plug the camera into the PC and there's a good chance it'll show up as removable drive.

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  Reply # 596893 18-Mar-2012 21:21
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Check Disk Management and see if it shows up in there, might just not be getting a drive letter.


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  Reply # 596896 18-Mar-2012 21:26
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I tried using the cable that came with the camera and it worked, thank you :)

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  Reply # 596916 18-Mar-2012 21:57
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There are a number of different types of SD card.
The most common difference is SD vs SD-HC

HC means high capacity.

Anyhow, basically old card readers wont read new SD cards.

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