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When I put my memory card into my computer-nothing happens. It has photos on it, but my computer is not automatically promping me

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Check whether u have installed USB controllers & drivers.
If nothing happens then do this. go to Start--> Run and type "devmgmt.msc" without quotes and enter. Then device manager will open , now connect ur memory card and look for scan for hardware changes menu . click that and scan . now u will find if any new hardware components are fixed to your computer or not. Then your memory card will be detected.

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