I have the mini disk for my phone. Now I can't get my pictures in my computer. Even if I put the SD (with the mini disk inside) in my memory card slot, nothing comes up. I have also tried the all-in-1 memory card reader with the adapter and still nothing. Do I have the wrong equipment? I have Windows XP Media Edition 2005.
Can you help an old lady? I'm new at this sort of stuff.
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hi this might help, ime not sure but try it, take card out of phone and put it in sd slot on your computer if it has one, if it dose not read the card, then go into windows explorer then computer and see if it is there, if it is then right click on it then press properties this will tell you if the card has anything on it, if it has then press it to bring up the info on the card, pictures and music and all data, hope this helps you...
The easiest way to transfer pictures from a cell phone to a computer without incurring addtional charges is to transfer the pictures to a mini SD card and then insert the SD card into your PC. If you will tell me what kidn of phone you have, I can try to find the directions for where to install the mini SD card and how to transfer the pictures. At that point, you can also set the camera to automatically save the pictures to the SD card to save yourselves steps next time. : )
The best way is with an SD/Mini sd memory card. Your phone can accept a 2gig card max. Get a SD reader or a base reader, to USB adaptor, get the SD/mini SD card w/adapter and just copy files from your computer to the mini card and insert that into the phone. Most cells do not allow downloads in the same way as computers do. Yes you can download themes and ring tones but not files like MP3's. Here are pictures of the tools needed to put music on your phone. his is the mini SD with adpt. here is the reader, Hope this Fixya up.Please leave a testimonial if it does. Thank you for using Fixya.
most mini sd cards come with a full-sized sd card adapter that the mini slips into. You can then slip that in your computer if you have an sd slot or sd reader. You can also buy very inexpensively, a usb port mini sd reader that you can plug directly into your usb port on your computer. Then after you'v dragged and dropped the files, you can put the mini sd back in your phone.
If you have a micro SD card that has an adapter for your computer you can plug it into your computer and open it inside an explorer window and drag and drop pictures from your computer folder to your picture folder on the micro SD card. You can definitely do it. I just did it for a friend of mine and it works perfectly. That's why they sell the micro SD cards with the adapters for your computers...so you can transfer things back and forth. Mine is the 8GB Kingston that comes with adapters from micro to mini to regular SD card and to USB port. I bought it from Newegg.com for under $20.
Under Windows XP, be sure you have upgraded to SP3. Then with the camera connected and Backup selected go into device manager t5hen disk drive. Find the drive, mine had two, uninstall them. Then turn off camera. Restart camera and select backup on the camera screen and let windows reinstall it. Should work fine. It did for me anyway.