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    SD-MMC card reader

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    I bought an MMC-SD USB card reader. I have tried it on Windows 2000 and XP with the same resulting behaviour. The USB reader gets detected fine as far as I can tell, but then when I try to read my MMC card it says please insert a disk. The MMC card is a 32MB one that came with my Nokia 6230 and works fine in the phone. Does the MMC card have to be formatted or something to work on my computer?
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    This might sound a bit obvious but have you tried the mmc card the other way up?

    I have a 6230 myself and bought a USB connected card reader to transfer some MP3s onto the phone, after much messing around i tried to insert the card the other way up and it worked straight away.

    Silly me, thinking that label side up was the correct way to put it in!!

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    I had same problem with my 7610. My other card worked (the one a bought) but the one i got with it didn't. Samep roblem as you, worked on phone ont on comp. No idea y tho. I'm just using the one i bought now.
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    Lol, yeah I have tried it both ways up, although it only slots in nicely one way. I have not found a solution to this problem.

    I do not think this is related to my card not working with the SD-MMC: I feel a small portion of the memory card maybe faulty, as sections of a few pictures/videos have become corrupted. Anyone have any thoughts on this?
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