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On most cards there is a tab you need to move to enable the computer to write to the card, this protects other info on the card, look for the tab and switch to open
Posted on Apr 24, 2013
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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
Posted on Nov 02, 2007
Dimm B is under the cover from the back of the computer
Dimm A is under the keyboard, remove the hinge cover then the keyboard.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
This model does not have a memory card reader installed. If you need to access memory cards, you will need to obtain a PC Card for that purpose or a USB memory card reader that supports the card format you wish to use.
Posted on May 26, 2009
I would like to inform you that Acer's laptop doesn't support all kinds SD memory cards available in local market. Its not compatible with all physical dimensions of various memory card companies. So in that case you need to use EXTERNAL Memory card reader which is attachable to USB ports.
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Posted on Jun 29, 2009
Usually there is a spring latch: press the card deeper into the PC, and it will click out.
If it doesn't, the spring may not have engaged, or may be broken. To extract a stubborn memory card, it usually has two grooves on the top and bottom to allow extraction by hand using your fingernails. Some cards don't have the grooves though, and for those you can use a pair of tweezers, or use two strong sewing needles as "prybars" from the left and right side of the card simultaneously.
If it still doesn't work, something went really really wrong with the latch and you'd best send it to assistance. As an extreme resort ONLY, wet the short side of an unfolded paper clip with Loctite glue, and taking the utmost care not to touch ANYTHING but the short side of the memory card, stick it to the memory card's short side. The traction made available by half an inch of Loctite on a steel paper clip should be enough to tear the memory card apart, let alone extract it. But if you need that much force, chances are that you'll end up destroying the reader: that's why I suggest going to the assistance if things come to that.
Posted on Oct 29, 2009
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