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Computer won't recognize my SD cards

Discussion in 'PC hardware help' started by 455kHz, Apr 4, 2007.

  1. 455kHz

    455kHz Member

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    I'm running XP SP2 but when the machine won't recognize my SD cards (Panasonic, just 256M in size. Nothing huge). It worked fine when I was running Win2K. Device Manager says my USB port is operating and it does show up in the Disk Manager but not with a drive letter. I've tried booting up with the card plugged in and that doesn't work. If I haven't made my problem clear yet it is simply, when i plug a card in it doesn't show up as a drive letter and it used to. And if it matters there is drive letter F: available.

    Please help. Nobody else I've talked to ever heard of this problem.
     
  2. chubbyInc

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    is that SD straight to the computer or through a USB hookup?

    Maybe the motherboard drivers weren't installed for either SD or USB use. If thats the case get ur motherboard drivers and install drivers.

    Does your printer have a SD port if so try using that instead.
     

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