Weird Issue

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    bavallone

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    I am running a Dell Inspiron 9200 with Vista Ultimate (clean install) w/2 GB of RAM.

    I took some pictures on my digital camera that has an SD Memory card. I took the card out to load the pictures on my laptop. I put the SD card in the onboard reader. Within about 10 seconds the computer completly froze. I was unable to ctrl+alt+del to get out of it or anything. I had to reboot the computer using the power button. I did this a few times. I looked in device manager and didn't see anything missing a driver. Has anyone had a problem like this or any idea what is wrong?
     
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    WAW8

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    I have an SD card slot on my Fujitsu tablet PC and whenever I insert an SD card, the Autoload panel opens asking me if I want to open the filesystem on the card or use it for ReadyBoost. Are you even getting the autoload panel? Do you have autoload disabled?



    To be safe, I would check the SD card and make sure your pictures are still on it.
     
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    I get the autoload. Even if I select an option I only get about 10 seconds before it freezes.
     
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    Do you have the latest driver for the card reader? If you do not go on the internet and install it. if you do i would go and uninstall the current driver completely and then reinstall it because it might not have installed correctly.
     
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