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Sometimes it happens that your slot doesn't work you can use a another option like Olympus LS-10 digital recorder as a card reader for accessing the data. Insert the SD card in your LS-10 digital recorder then connect the recorder to the computer with a USB cord then it will show you two options for the onboard storage inherent and one for the SD-Card. Select first photoshop elements to read the card and then Windows Live photo Gallery to view and copy your photos. If the Information helped you out then please give me some ratings. Thanks
Your phone may be not supporting memory card format... or your memory card may be password protected...
connect your memory with your PC and format it other file format.
how to format memory card, do the following.
1 insert your memory card in card slot of your laptop or card reader or your PC
2. open my computer
3 right click on the memory drive or icon
4 click on format
5 change your file system
6 click start.
After formating insert your card in phone hope it will work for you.
Please do inform about dis, thank you
Transferring images from a Memory Card to a Windows Computer
Follow the steps below to transfer images from a memory card to a computer running Windows.
Step one: Insert the memory card
Follow the steps below to insert the memory card into the HP All-in-One.
Turn the memory card so that the label faces left, and the contacts are facing
your HP All-in-One.
Insert the memory card into the appropriate slot on the HP All-in-One.
Some portable USB flash
drives with a read-only partition, such as U3 smart drives, might be
incompatible with the front mass-storage port on your HP All-in-One.
These read-only partitions are added by the drive manufacturer and may
include utilities and other software. Refer to the manufacturer for
additional details about your drive.
When the memory card is inserted correctly, the Photo light next to the memory card slots begins to blink. The message Reading...
appears on the color graphics display. The status light next to the
memory card slots blinks green when the card is being accessed.
If a memory card is inserted incorrectly,
the status light next to the memory card slots blinks amber and the
color graphics display shows an error message such as Card is in backwards
or Card is not fully inserted.
Never attempt to remove a memory card while it is being
accessed. Doing so can damage files on the card. Safely remove a card
only when the status light next to the slots is not blinking.
Step two: Transfer images without using the HP Photosmart software
After inserting the memory card into the
HP All-in-One, the memory card appears as a drive on the computer.
Follow the steps below to transfer the images on the memory card to the
Press the Photo
button to display the Photo menu.
Press the down arrow button (
) to select Transfer to computer
Follow the prompts on the computer to complete the transfer of images.
If there are photo files
on the memory card that have never been transferred before, a dialog
box on the computer asks whether you want to save the photo files to the
computer. Click the Transfer
option and all the new photos from the memory card are saved to the
computer.By default, the image files are saved in month and year folders
depending on when the photos were taken. The folders are created under
the C:\Documents and Settings\username\My Documents\My Pictures folder.
The best way to check if the memory card has the problem or the memory slot is bad is to try a different card and see if the PSP will read it if it reads a different card so the old card is bad but if it wont read a different card the slot is bad and need some repair........
If it does not seat (fit) properly, why say the printer will not read SD cards? It certainly will read SD cards that are supported. You can still upload to computer and print from there as you suggested.
To access the memory card reader without using the software provided, follow the steps below. If no card is inserted, the green light on the card reader will be on. Insert a memory card. • Insert the card with the brand name label facing up. • If there is an arrow on the card, make sure it points toward the printer. • If needed, make sure you connect the memory card to the adapter that came with it before inserting it into the slot. Wait for the light located to the right of the slots on the printer to come on. The light blinks to indicate the memory card is being read or is transmitting data. • The printer recognizes one memory card at a time. If you insert more than one memory card, a message appears on the display prompting you to remove all memory cards inserted. • If a USB flash drive is inserted together with the memory card, a message appears on the display prompting you to choose which memory device to use. When reading of images is complete, the number of photos found appears on the display. Then you can make your selection and print. these are the types of memory card supported by you printer. xD-Picture Card • Secure Digital (SD) • Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) • Mini Secure Digital (with adapter) • Micro Secure Digital (with adapter) • MultiMedia Card (MMC) • Reduced Size MultiMedia Card (with adapter) • MultiMedia Card mobile (with adapter) • Memory Stick (MS) • Memory Stick PRO • Memory Stick Duo (with adapter) or Memory Stick Duo PRO (with adapter)
I think the slot where you insert the memory card has been damaged or it doesn't make contact with memory stick. See inside slot in good light, hope you will find damage/tilted pins there.