Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) memory cards range in storage capacity from 4 gigabytes to 32 gigabytes. They are more reliable than standard SD cards but may have issues and errors. If you insert the SDHC card into the card reader on your PC and get an error message, the SDHC card may be experiencing a memory card parameter error. A memory card parameter error can be caused by a faulty card reader or damaged disk structure. Address this error, formatting the SDHC card. Things You’ll Need
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Insert the SDHC card into a card reader if your PC does not support an SDHC card in the SD card slot. Push the card reader into the SD card slot on your PC.
Click on the Windows logo in the lower left corner of your PC’s desktop screen. Click on “Control Panel” and “System and Security”. Click on “Administrative Tools”. Double click on “Computer Management”.
Click on “Disk Management” in the left pane. Choose the SDHC card from the drive selection menu.
Right-click the SDHC card and choose “Format”. Click “Format” again on the next screen to confirm.
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