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HP A716 won't accept SDHC memory card

My printer won't accept the newer memory cards with SDHC. Do I need to buy a newer model printer?

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SOURCE: memory card error for 4GB SDHC card on HP Photosmart printer 2710

Well SD max is 2gb, so you can get 2gb if you want.

SDHC max is 32gb. If you are not on a budget, try upgrading your printer to a newer model.

SDHC is coming out with even newer models, now with a class 10 (10mb read/write speed - but very costly).

However, if it doesn't matter to you, might as well just stick with the same printer, since SD cards are coming down in price. Just make sure you get 2gb cards with a good class speed.

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Hi. Thanks for your question.
First of all to confirm your new memory card isn't faulty you need to try and use it in some other device (PC, Laptop, Camera, whatever you have available) once confirming that it is working you need to make sure your port in printer is still working. I would advice to use known good card and see if it works. Obviously if it don't you have printer. If it does it looks like you printer don't go with your new card. Please check in manual what cards printer producer recommend to use.
If you still didn't find solution please don't hesitate to come back and post what have you done so far and what results did you get. I'm sure one of Fixya experts will be able to help you.

Posted on Jul 21, 2010

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Unless the SD slot is specifically designated that it can read the new SDHC (Secure Digital High Capacity) memory card it will not read even though it plugs intop the standard SD slot.. I checked and this printer can't read the SDHC card only the standard SD card. You can buy a SDHC USB reader on ebay for a few dollars.

Posted on Nov 24, 2010

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Your Hp Officejet 7210 doesn't support SDHC Memory card. The supported memory card types are

  • SmartMedia,
  • Memory Stick,
  • Memory Stick Duo,
  • Memory Stick Pro,
  • Secure Digital,
  • MultiMediaCard (MMC),
  • xD-Picture Card
  • and SD cards [including Mini and Micro SD Cards with respective adapters]
If you camera supports SD card, then you should use that if you wish to directly print photos from the memory card, but if in case your camera doesn't support SD card, it won't be possible. I hope you know the difference between SDHC and SD. They are different memory card types.

Let me know if you need further help.

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