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1. open Windows Explorer 2. push the sd card into the sd card reader with its contact side down until it is flush 3. sd card is detected and displayed as a drive called SD/MMC (N:) where N is its drive letter 4. clicking on the SD/MMC drive will list any folders that are in it 5. with SD/MMC high-lighted, click on File and on the drop-down list, hover cursor over New 6. on the New list that opens, click on Folder to create a new folder on the SD/MMC drive 7. right click on the new folder and from the drop-down list click on Rename 8. rename the folder appropriate to the photos you want to download to the SD/MMC drive 9. navigate to the photos and high-light using shift+click for a block or ctrl+click for individual 10. with cursor over high-lighting, hold down right click and drag to new folder and release 11. select from the pop-up list that appears on release to either Copy Here or Move Here 12. repeat from 9 for more photo downloading and when done do an eject before removing .... 13. for Windows XP, click on the Safely Remove Hardware icon at the right side of the Taskbar 14. for Windows 7, can do same as XP or just right click SD/MMC and select eject from the list 15. **WARNING** failing to do an eject or Safely Remove Hardware can result in corruption!!! 16. once message appears that media can be safely removed, push the card in until it clicks 17. once click is heard, stop pushing and it will pop out sufficiently to be grabbed & pulled out
Well if the inbuilt card reader does not recognize the SD/MMC card then we need to perform certain troubleshooting steps which are as follows:
1>click on start
2>In start search box type DEVMGMT.MSC
3>As soon as the device manager window opens up locate an option which reads as UNIVERSAL SERIAL BUS CONTROLLERS
4>There would be a + sign next to the same, click on it and then try locate a driver which reads as REALTEK SD CARD READER driver or JMB38X MS SD SD/MMC xD Card Reader Driver.
5>Right click on that driver and then click on uninstall
6>Locate a tab which reads as ACTIONS at the top, click on it and then click on then click on SCAN for HARDWARE CHANGES.
7>try installing this driver: http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/softwareDownloadIndex?softwareitem=ob-73184-1&lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&product=3818852&os=2093&lang=en
Usually there is a spring latch: press the card deeper into the PC, and it will click out.
If it doesn't, the spring may not have engaged, or may be broken. To extract a stubborn memory card, it usually has two grooves on the top and bottom to allow extraction by hand using your fingernails. Some cards don't have the grooves though, and for those you can use a pair of tweezers, or use two strong sewing needles as "prybars" from the left and right side of the card simultaneously.
If it still doesn't work, something went really really wrong with the latch and you'd best send it to assistance. As an extreme resort ONLY, wet the short side of an unfolded paper clip with Loctite glue, and taking the utmost care not to touch ANYTHING but the short side of the memory card, stick it to the memory card's short side. The traction made available by half an inch of Loctite on a steel paper clip should be enough to tear the memory card apart, let alone extract it. But if you need that much force, chances are that you'll end up destroying the reader: that's why I suggest going to the assistance if things come to that.
The SD/MMC memory slot is already configured to read standard and HDSD cards. Just remove the DELL blank from the slot by pushing it in until it clicks and release it. Then pull it out. Insert the SD/MMC card into the slot and push it in until it clicks. The DELL Blank is shorter than an actual SD/MMC card, so don't try to push the SD/MMC card any further than the 'click'. Remove by pushing in until it clicks, release, remove.
Kindly read through the following ,link, that gives you the correct procedure to put the memory card in your computer and the compatible card list aswell.
According to the product manual , the follwing types of memory cards are compatable with your system
The Digital Media Slot supports the following digital card formats:
● Secure Digital (SD) Memory Card
● MultiMediaCard (MMC)
● Secure Digital Input/Output (SD I/O)
● Memory Stick (MS)
● Memory Stick Pro (MSP)
● xD-Picture Card (XD)
● xD-Picture Card (XD) Type M
Well basically what you do is
1.) connect your memory card reader
2.) install the necessary drivers
3.) insert the memory card and it should show up as a removable disk in my computer similar to that of a pen)flash) drive
If the card reader is built into the computer then simply ensure the necessary drivers are installed (right click computer and select properties, then click device manager , it will show up in the list, if it has a yellow maker then it has a problem if its a question mark then it aint installed) if you dont have the drivers get them from the manufactures web page. IF everything checks out ok then put in the memory card and it will show up as a removable disk in my computer..
If you dont have a memory card reader or dont have the card reader built in then you will need to purchase one.
Normally you'd just be able to open My Computer, and plug the card in to the built in slot, and it would pop up as the next available drive letter. If the internal slot is missing or inoperative, you could buy a cheap MMC to USB adapter, plug the card into the adapter, and the adapter into a USB slot.