Any tech support in the house re: memory cards?
I'm going out of town this coming weekend and I really need an answer fast so I can work out a solution. When I got my camera for a late birthday present, my mom ordered a 16 GB Kingston SDHC memory card to go with it. The card works fine in my camera, but I cannot access it via the two computers I use. (Both are older computers, one with built-in card readers in the tower and the other with a USB-connected Sandisk Reader.)
So what I've been using instead is one of these tiny 1 GB cards that is designed to fit in a cell phone. I use the adapter to put it in my camera, and its been working fine until this last weekend. Now it periodically tells me (the camera does) that the card is unreadable or corrupted. I can get most of the pics, but some become unreadable. And it leaves these unreadable files on there and restores them if I delete them.
I really don't want to rely on this faulty 1 GB card for the coming weekend unless there's a way to repair it. I can get another card if I need to (I'm thinking like a 4 GB), but I'm afraid I'm going to get another that my computer wont read. I was just going to order one of Amazon and pay for fast shipping. Is it possible my computer wont read the Kingston because its and SDHC card versus just an SD card? Anybody have any ideas?
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