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Hello...this is by no means an emergency, but it is a pain in my hind parts. I just purchased an "A-Data My Flash 4gb SD Card" for use in my Treo 700P. For some reason my laptop (Gateway Tablet CX2618, Pentium M, 1.73G Processor, 1GB Ram) will not recognize the card. The card is recognized by my phone and I can use it in my desktop, but not my laptop.
Any suggestions as to what I can do to remedy this?
Thanks, I've done that. I even contacted Gateway and did the whole live chat thing. They determined that the card is not compatible. Is that true, or is that there way of saying, we don't care, figure it out?
It could possibly be tru... because of the size of the card I am not a professional electrician or whatever that build these things but I guess since that size of card is so big maybe older readers can't read it...