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Re: Method for opening tower
Hi Bob, you put it into the Compact Flash slot. Do you have a wife ? with make-up tweezers ?? these usually work. no need to take the side panel off, you will not be able to access it from inside the unit.
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There are 2 ways to do it. First is with the USB cable that came with the camera. Plug one end in your camera and the other end in your computer. Turn the camera on if it doesent come on when plugged in, and the computer will install the camera driver. Once its done, you shouls see a box asking you what you want to do. It should say something like "Play a slideshow" "Import Pictures" "Open folder" ect. you can either import them or open the containing folder, right click on the folder and click copy. Then paste it in "My Pictures" or on your desktop.
The other way is to take the memory card out of the camera and put it in your computer. On the T135 there is a few media card readers right in front a few inces down from the DVD-ROM. Once you put the card in a box will pop up on the screen. Follow instructions from above.
It looks to be on the left hand side inbetween the Network and the PCMCIA slots, you should just be able to insert you camera card into the slot and it detect it, it supports the following type of media:
Memory Stick PRO
Multi Media Card
what type of memory card u want to insert the memory card slot is on the left side of the laptop beneath expess card slots next to usb ports on the left side , pls check that it supports the card u are trying to use for reading it, it only supports XD/SD/MS PRO DUO/ and not mini sd or trans flash or mmc or some other types the slot is clearly marked with icons of the card types it supports just press this like one inch slot which contains a dummy card to fill the space just push and this dummy card will come out from the slot then insert the supported card type into the slot and the windows will recognize it in my computers as a removable drive icon , pls let me know if i can help u more on this
Look for a manual lock next to your XD memory card slot on your computer. Your computer may not have one but there are a few that do.
If there isn't one, go to My Computer, look for your memory card in the window. Move the mouse over to the memory card and select properties. Make sure that the read only box isn't filled in. If it is, click on it until it is empty.
Copy the contents of the memory card to your computer. Reinsert the memory card into your camera and reformat the memory card in your camera for the utilities option on your camera. If it doesn't reformat, there could be something wrong with the memory card.
Your computer doesn't support compact flash cards. Your SD slot is a 5-in-1 card reader, supporting Secure Digital (SD), MultiMediaCard (MMC), Memory Stick® (MS), Memory Stick PRO? (MS PRO), xD-Picture Card? (xD). The big slot is for PCMCIA devices.