The Adobe Flash Player update virus is one of the common ways cybercriminals try to deposit additional harmful code onto a Mac. It usually operates in tandem with such threats as bogus system utilities that report non-existent problems and thus attempt to manipulate users into activating the licensed copy of the scareware. After downloading Flash Player, close all browsers. Locate the Flash Player install file. Unless you have specified otherwise, the file is saved in your Downloads folder. Double-click the installer file to begin the Flash Player installation. Choose Window Downloads or press Option+Command+L.
ContentMany issues can lead to a SD card recognize failure on Mac and MacBook. Here are some main reasons:
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b. Unsupported file system: the file system of the SD card cannot be supported by Mac OS.
c. Data damage: the data on the SD card is damaged because of virus and file system corruption.
d. Physical damage: the chip is worn out, sapped or distorted.
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First we need to check your Finder preferences and ensure external disks are set to mount to your desktop.
With the Flash Drive connected to the USB port of your computer:
1. Click Finder in the upper left corner of the screen and select Preferences
2. Ensure the check box next to External disks is checked
If the Finder preferences are set to mount external drives to the desktop we will need to determine if the USB flash drive is detected by the computer
1. Double click the MAC HDD
2. Double click Applications
3. Double Click Utilities
4. Select System Information
5. On the left side selectUSB
If you see Flash Drive listed under the USB hub the USB flash drive is detected properly. You can verify is the drive is mounted by Selecting 'Go > Go to folder' from the file menu and typing /Volumes/ (Note: This is case sensitive). This will open the mount point for all drives connected to the Mac computer. You should see the drive mounted here.
If the USB flash drive is not listed under USB hub please verify other USB devices work properly and if possible test the USB flash drive using a different computer.If the USB flash drive is not detected on other computers or if other USB devices are working properly on this Mac then most likely the USB drive is not functional.
If the USB drive appears non-functional per the above troubleshooting, please contact SanDisk support for further assistance with warranty.