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Is it possible to read the memory card without using the video camera? When plugging the SD card or MicroSD card into a computer, nothing mounts. When leaving the card in the video camera and connecting the video camera to the computer, it mounts fine and I can view the videos. Is there a way to do this without needi… see more Is it possible to read the memory card without using the video camera? When plugging the SD card or MicroSD card into a computer, nothing mounts. When leaving the card in the video camera and connecting the video camera to the computer, it mounts fine and I can view the videos. Is there a way to do this without needing to use the camera? It's a big hassle to remove the camera from its holder in my car every time I want to copy files over. see less Is it possible to read the memory card without using the video camera? When plugging the SD card or MicroSD card into a computer, nothing mounts. When leaving the card in the video camera and connecting the video camera to the computer, it mounts fine and I can view the videos. Is there a way to do this without needing to use the camera? It's a big hassle to remove the camera from its holder in my car every time I want to copy files over.

asked on June 20, 2013

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I was not able to get anything to read off of the card outside the camera.
Scot M. answered on June 21, 2013
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I have this model. When I plug the card into my computer I can see and view all the videos. I have them in AVI format and read them with windows.
Michael J. Dauria answered on October 7, 2014
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No you have to use the video camera with the sd card its really weird , i tried it myself the sd card doesn't load for itself.
CWilliams answered on June 20, 2013
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No Problemo! Remove SD card..insert SD card into card reader...Open my computer and open SD card. Click on the loop you want to view.
Oliver answered on June 20, 2013
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