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I recently got a new Droid Bionic, and it has the SD/HC card.

Today, I got a new USB card reader that reads the HC format. When I plug it into my Linux Mint 11 (katya), Gnome 32-bit computer, I get this error every I try to copy or move any file off of the card onto my desktop:

Error splicing file: Input/output error

I don't have the problem on a Windows Vista computer. Any ideas???

Thanks in advance...

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closed as off topic by Marco Ceppi Feb 3 '12 at 0:50

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Connect your usb card reader with your memory card and give the output of these commands (execute in one line): dmesg|tail -n 40; lsusb – medigeek Jan 28 '12 at 23:17