I have observed the following: Thanks for the thoughts though! I guess I’ll just have to pay Acer representatives a visit. I would like to give a huge thumbs up for the great info you have here on this post. On some laptops especially older models there is limit on the size of card they can read The types of removable media that units supports are as follows:
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Go to Disk Management and see if the card shows there. I think those are all the steps. If it works, then at least you have eliminated possible issues with the card itself.
The types of removable media that units supports are as follows: If so, partition and format it from there. Possibly you are running into a similar limit with the netbook? No sign of the SD card I read somewhere that it could be burnt out.
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I have checked the Device Managaer and found there is nothing installed. Some of these cards can acer aspire one d270 card reader and occasionally do – act up; and may not be detected e270. I’ve just had my Acer Extensa uprated to a solid czrd drive but have lost the driver that previously opened an SD card from my cameras. Rick Thompson April 1, at 5: I reinstalled the card reader drivers from the acer website without success.
That assumes you have no external or flash drives connected. The insertion is definitely not a problem.
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This is a brand new acer model. I have inserted a Kingston 4GB one. Powered by win 78 drivers free.
I have an aspire one with a card reader and an SD expansion slot. Use Question Form such as ” Why?
So, If teader have played around with the drivers you need to verify you are installing the correct drivers for WinXP. Replaced it with XP Professional and also no success.
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Thanks a lot in advance for any feedback. Nouman Malik February 21, at 9: SD card reader recognized in Ubuntu I really dont know what to try any more.
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Thanks for your great information here. Ameer Hamza March 17, at Thanks again for all the help! This may be – and probably is – a stupid question, but how do I access the disk via disk management? You may have one of them Less than an Hour Ago Time Zone: Brian Aver August 21, at 3: Unknown March 17, at