A MicroSD memory card is used with computers that have card readers. If your computer doesn’t have a card reader installed in the system, you probably have an external card reader that connects with USB. When your MicroSD card is not working, you probably don’t have the correct drivers installed for either the card reader or the MicroSD card. You need to completely uninstall the device and allow the system to reinstall the proper driver. Things You’ll Need
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Connect the MicroSD card or card reader to your computer.
Click the “Start” button and then go to “Computer” or “My Computer”. Right-click on it and select “Manage” from the menu that appears.
Go to the “Device Manager” tab, under the “System Tools” button and click on it. Go to the right side of the screen and look for an icon with a yellow exclamation point next to it. This will likely be under the USB icon and will have a label that says “Unsupported Device” or something similar.
Right click on the icon and click on the “Uninstall” button. Click “Yes” in the next window.
Click on the “Restart” option in the next window and wait for the computer to restart. Wait for your computer to automatically install the correct driver for your MicroSD card.
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