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I'm fairly sure I was using the same SD card, too. This problem only came around recently.

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Can you clarify what model you have so we can guide you to the needed part you'll need to fix this. Plug your systems serial number here: I'm having the same issue using my Finepix AX camera, trying to see pics from my Bushnell Trophy cam game camera. Follow the steps here: I restarted the computer and the card is now read Kevin kcarney If that doesn't work you might need to open it up and clean the internal contacts. Select a Language: Help Translate iFixit.

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Score 2. Was the card reader working before or did you start having issues only recently?

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  • I tried I tried everything and nothing worked. Sometimes my Mac Mini unibody server model will recognize an SD card This tip from for iMacs appears to work quite well to fix this issue There is a small switch inside the card reader that signals to the computer that a card has been inserted. This switch can get stuck. Don't use any metal or other conductive materials! Do use plastic or, if you're confident you won't leave splinters behind, a wodden toothpick!

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    Posted on Mar 25, 7: Page content loaded. Mar 26, 9: Oct 3, There's no "switch" in the SD card slot. There are 9 contact points on an SD card, the two rightmost facing you are the contact points that power the card, the other seven are data points. I've used this trick, it works, but the toothpick doesn't flick any switch, rather, it dislodges dirt, dust, grime or orxidation on the contact points.

    Mar 29, 1: Or it's probably a dust problem.