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Wikipedia has a picture of an MMC card at the MultiMediaCard page. Here's another one from CDW: Transcend flash memory card Does this help? SDHD is a gene; I think you may be referring to SDHC cards which are high capacity SD (secure digital) cards.
I would like you to check www.dellsupport.com for some updates which you can download for the card reader and motherboard bios, and its chipset. kindly update these devices. if all fails then card reader needs replacement.
Try to do system restore, If that doesn't work download the latest driver for that built in card reader then install it,. if it still doesn't work run the hardware diagnostics of the computer then if it passes without any error you'll need to do operating system reinstallation so that means erasing everything in the computer,.. If that doesn't solve your problem get that card reader replaced.
There is a little plastic thing in the front part of the unit. push this and it will now come out, now you can put in your SD/MMC memory card Please rate our solutions and if you still have problems please call back for more ideas to help you
Thanks Richard Scott Technical Support New Zealand
Choose your operating system, either XP or Vista and then under where it says chipset choose Ricoh Driver and download now. choose download by internet browser. Save it to the desktop if possible and then run the file so it installs.
If you go thru installing the drivrr and the card is still not being read by the laptop then the motherboard is bad.
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.