Unable to xfer files from SD card to computer via built in slot

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    Unable to xfer files from SD card to computer via built in slot


    I insert card but the relative drive does not open. However I can (I think as it worked last time) make the transfers via a standalone card reader and usb.

    Any idea what could be causing the problem? Please!
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    Hi there ... Your Internal Card Reader does not recognize your SD card ? .. Are there any errors in the Device Manager ..
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    Hi! I cannot see any!
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    No errors .. So when you insert your SD Card it does not show up on your Computer? .. But it works on the External Card Reader ?
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    Korrrect!
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    Hi there ... What is the make and Model Number of your Computer ..
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    make sure that the "lock" on the card is not on.
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    @ maxie Dell desktop 560MT

    @ N00berG00ber Card is in up (nearer to contacts) position.
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    Hi there ... Go to the Device Manager click on View/Show Hidden Devices .. Then please post a screenshot ...
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    Done and file attached!
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