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Re: vaio and micro sd
Appreciate the direct "Ask Me".
Since you have verified that the card works (in your phone) and that the adapter works (in another computer), then the issue could very well be with the Sony VAIO VGN-C140G/B. More specifically, the USB ports/drivers. Presumably that the Sandisk 2Gb Micro SD & the adapter were working before and that you are using Windows Vista, pls check your updates that has anything to do with USB. Alternately, you may want to rollback/downgrade the USB drivers and/or seek USB driver update from the Sony site rather from Microsoft.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
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If there is one it will be on side or front of the computer. You can always buy a sd card reader that plugs into your usb port.
Try buying a SD Card Reader that reads many formats from Tiger Direct at:
When the site comes up just type: SD Card Reader in the white search box at the top of the page then click GO.
Or if you camera came with cables you can plug one end into the camera and the other end into the computer's usb port and turn the camera on. The computer will recognize it and you can search through the folders on the camera for the pictures.
hi what you will need to do is either use a USB cable from your pc to your cell phone, the memory stick (micro sd) will show as a removable device then just copy and past the mp3 files that you want to copy, the other way is to buy a sandisc micro card adapter, this looks just like a normal SD card, but at the top of it there is a slot that you put the micro SD card in then put it in a card reader as normal, then transfer the music over to that disc, when done just pull your micro sd card from the adapter and insert it into your cell phone as normal and away you go...hope this helps
For starters when the wireless card gets bad..usually you couldn't see the signal or nearby wireless broadcast.
I assume you can see it, because you said you got problems with packets.
it could be cause by many factors.
Wireless router misconfigurations, but the most common is interference.
If your wireless router is broadcasting in the same channel as ...lets say a cordless phone...your connection will be dropping frequently.
Also, neighbors using the same channel as well can cause the same problem.
Seems to me that the problem is in the wireless router, and not in your wireless card.