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my g4 power mac tower and 1 gb micro card


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i can't get the g4 733mghz quick silver tower to download my cardreader,it's a micro 1 gb from my phone with pics and video the dell takes it fine i used an adapter in my old image mate 8 in 1 no work so i bought a new reader that takes micro w/o adapter still no work.but a full size multi media card will work just not my micro what gives?
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