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SDHC cards not recognized

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by cullism, Oct 30, 2011.

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  1. cullism

    cullism Thread Starter

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    I recently downloaded hundreds of images successfully from two different SDHC cards. Having enhanced them and deleted the ones I didn't want my next step was going to be to download them onto a couple of other SDHC cards, however when I opened Computer I found that none of my cards (of varying sizes) was recognized. Why would they have been recognized a week ago but not now? Is there a simple fix?



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    Possible fix: Go into Device Manager & 'Uninstall' all the USB hubs in there (right-click each hub, choose 'Uninstall. Repeat for each hub). Now restart Windows. The USB hubs should automatically be re-installed by Windows upon detection.
    Try your camera cards now.
     
  3. cullism

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    Thanks pip22. I did as you suggested but without any luck. I now suspect that the two cards which don't work (error: G:\is not accessible Incorrect function) are faulty. I bought them on eBay and have found that they are also rejected by my camera. The original card, from which I downloaded my images, is recognized. I guess I'll have to buy a card from a camera shop or similar.
     
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