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Have gateway laptop MG1 I see only one possible slot for media card. I Thought this was was 5 in 1..do I need an adapter?Got it thru HSN

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5 in 1 media card reader will automatically read from the card in slot if it is one of the 5 supported formats. Hope this helps.

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