Question about Samsung Computers & Internet
I have a Canon camera that I can connect but it does not recognize the memory card
A microSD device is a digital storage device used in many Mobile Phones Cameras and MP3 players. It is a smaller version of the standard SD memory card, about one-quarter its , and has a storage capacity that ranges from 128MB to 4GB. In order for you to read files inside the microSD card using your computer, you need either a microSD card reader or a microSD card adapter. Insert the microSD card into the microSD card reader and make sure that the card is properly connected to the device. Plug the microSD card reader into a USB port in your computer and wait for the computer to recognize the device. Use a microSD card adapter to read your microSD card if you do not have a microSD card reader. A microSD adapter basically looks like a standard SD card but is designed to accommodate a microSD card to fit the SD card slot. Simply insert the microSD card into the microSD adapter and then plug the adapter into the SD slot in your computer. Plug the SD card adapter into an SD card reader if the computer you are using does not have an SD slot. Consequently, plug the SD card reader into a USB port in your computer. Use your phone to read your microSD card. Plug one end of the USB cable that comes with your camera or phone to the mini USB port in your device and plug the other end to a USB port in your computer. When you are prompted that the device is recognized, install syncing software (if applicable). Many cameras phones and MP3 players can be connected to the computer without using any software. Navigate to the location of the removable drive.
Open the folder to see if you can browse the files in the microSD card.
Posted on Jan 14, 2013
Your Samsung laptop might not be able to recognize this microSD card as it might be damaged internally.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Memory card not recognized
watis the operating system ur using???????its better to use vista rather than xp on satellite........when did u buy that laptop..
if u use vista drivers vll b detected xp cannnot detect...this is the main problem
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