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Do I have a SDHC reader on my computer?

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I have an older computer; not really sure how old, but certainly more than 6 years.


I took a 4GB SDHC card and moved 1.5gb of data to it.  The data works normally.   On "properties" it shows 1.5gb used, and 2.3gb available.

Does this mean that I have a SDHC reader, or not.

(The 4GB is from my camera, and I have had it in my computer dozens of times)


If not, is there anyway I can be certain?



The reason I ask...  I bought a Navigation card for my Mazda.  It requires a SDHC reader.  The card worked in my car, but then got corrupted when i tried to make a backup copy.  It seems to me that if there was anything incompatible, then it just shouldn't have been able to read it; it shouldn't have written anything to the card.

Just wanting to determine if I did something wrong, or if it is just a bad card.



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