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#1 TSalarek

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Posted 14 June 2009 - 03:02 PM

Started out as a stock emachines..the only things still original is the 80 GB IDE HD (now used for storage), the internal cables, the dial-up modem (used as backup when the DSL drops out), and the 9-in-1 media reader

Xp Pro SP 3, 2 GB DDR2, Pent 4 3.2G. Specs on board later, NVidia Graphics card, 320 GB SATA HD ( C ) + 80 GB IDE (D), Lightscribe DVD-RW (E), Lite On CD-RW (F, needs to come out as it died), external USB 3.5" drive (A), USB HP printer, DSL through E'net with (wired + wireless) Belkin router and Siemens speedstream modem.

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Just went through issues with the DVD-RW being recognized as DVD-ROM. It saw the disk, just wouldn't burn. Got that resolved now it won't even detect the SD card. No the card isn't "locked". Just took some shots with a Kodak Easy Share C743 7.1 mpx so I know the card is good. Insert to drive and...nada.

Suggestions?

Edited by TSalarek, 14 June 2009 - 03:03 PM.


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Posted 14 June 2009 - 07:47 PM

has the SD card worked in it before? and if not, is the SD card an SDHC card? I had a issue in that I bought a micro SDHC card and plugged it into my SD card reader via adaptor, only to find out my SD card readers on both my laptop and desktop wont recongize the high capacity cards. if this isnt the issue, I would start with the drivers, uninstall, reinstall, etc. and go from there. if that doesnt work, card readers are only like 10 bucks off of newegg.

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Posted 16 June 2009 - 08:45 AM

Standard SD card..don't know if the reader can do HC, doubt it though as it's stock Emachines.

Called a hardware buddy of mine...he fiddled with the wires, powered it up, insert card, and bingo - there it was O_O

I must have been high on something to forget Hardware Rule #1: Double check connections :thumbsup:




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