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Re: photos wont import
Rip out to old drivers and reboot, then reinstall new ones, reboot again and retry.
To rip out: 1. Plug in Dynex device 2. Rt Click My Computer, manage, Devices. 3. Locate your Dynex device on Left side 4. Click to hilite and hit DEL key 5. Ans Yes 6. Shut down 7. Pull Dynex device 8. Restart 9. Goto site http://www.dynexproducts.com/t-drivers.aspx and DL new drivers 10. Unzip and Install new drivers (Pay attention where yhey go to) 11. Shutdown 12 Restart 13. Try Dynex again
If it STILL won't work, reinstall the last Windows service pack. and reboot and retry http://www.dynexproducts.com/t-drivers.aspx
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What type of computer? The device is plug and play for Windows and Mac, Mac does require you to insert a card before it will mount, however. In windows you just need to access the drive letter the card reader creates when you install it.
Try another USB port, avoid using this in conjunction with a USB hub.
You need a memory card reader that support SDHC formats - all SD cards bigger than 2GB are the new SDHC format. Most new readers will read SDHC. Any reader old enough to be "6 in 1" type doesn't support SDHC. You can get very cheap readers from eBay.
1. You have to see if the program is compatible with the Windows 7 operating system. this is possibly due to drivers that the Windows 7 doesn't have in the "cab" files. this manufacturer of the Dynex is your next step for a Windows 7 driver set.
I had this problem & after getting hung up on by dynex support and best buy I figured it out myself.
1-go to dynex site and download driver for mac http://www.dynexproducts.com/p-580-dynex-5-in-1-usb-20-mini-memory-card-reader.aspx
this file will be named something like DX-CRMN1 Setup.fit will be encrypted and will open up a document with only symbols if you don't have a decompressor or expander.
2-You will need to download the stuffit expander at http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/20954
3- once you download that open the expander which will open a window with a blue circle and four arrows around it. DRAG THE DYNEX SETUP FILE INTO THE CENTER OF THE BLUE CIRCLE
4-After a few seconds a file will appear on desktop labeled something like Alcor generic (if thats not the name for you just look on your desktop for a folder that wasn't previously there)
5- at this point put your memory card into the card reader and the lights should start flashing on the front and the card will be recognized. At this point iPhoto opened and I was able to import the photos.
HOPE THESE STEPS WORK FOR YOU & LET'S NOT BUY ANYMORE CRAPPY DYNEX PRODUCTS.
The device wont be recognized by your computer until you insert a card. Plug a card into the reader, then plug the reader into the computer. You should hear a confirmation tone (if the card is formatted) and it should appear in my computer. No drivers or software are required as it uses a MSD (Mass Storage Device) interface.
Yeah, if you just plug it into the computer and insert a card, the drive pops up on your screen. The CD is not required (thank God) and it WILL GET STUCK, so don't try to insert it. (I did...took me 15 minutes and some very small tweezers to get the stupid thing out!)