Secure Digital, or SD, postcards are stamp-sized memory cards used in computers, cameras, MP3 players and other electronic devices to expand memory data and share. Secure high-capacity digital, or SDHC, cards are the same physical size as SD cards, but are available with much larger memory capacity (4GB and higher). Older PCs and laptops may not be able to read SDHC cards, but support can be added with a free Microsoft Windows download. Instructions
Go to the Microsoft support website and select the appropriate driver for your Windows operating system (XP, Vista or Windows 7).
Click “Continue” under Validation Required and click “Continue” under Run Validation Tool . Click “Run” to run the validation tool. Write down the validation code after Windows finishes the system check.
Return to the Microsoft support screen and enter your validation code. Click “Validate”, then click “Download” on the next screen.
Click “Run” to install SD card reader updates. Click “Continue” if Windows asks for your permission. Click on “Install”.
Restart your computer when installation is complete. Your card reader now supports SDHC cards.
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