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My epson r320 will not read any memory cards. Why?

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Re: compactflash memory cards

If it will not read ANY type of flash media it would suggest the reader or main board is faulty.

If it reads some type but not others, look down into the card slots with a torch and check to see if any of the pins are bent over. This is a common fault most notably encountered when the machine fails to read CF type cards. You will see two rows of pins in the slot. Chances are one of the pins is bent or been pushed inwards. If you are REALLY steady with your hands you can use a very small (jewelers) screwdriver to straighten the pin. If the pin has receded, it almost impossible to fix it.

Posted on Oct 10, 2007

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It wont read the cards

A: Make sure you're using a supported memory card. See the table below for specifications:

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(Type I and Type II--3.3V only) 8GB Microdrive (3.3V only) 4GB SD (Secure Digital) 2GB MultiMediaCard 1GB

If you connect a compatible CompactFlash (CF) adapter that can read 8GB memory cards, you can also use the memory cards listed below (with a capacity up to 8GB):

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I do not know where to put the memory card into epson rx 425

There is a little panel on the front left, you can download the user guide fro Epson here:

Loadable memory card
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The types of memory cards loadable for each slot are shown below.
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Why am I having trouble with my Epson Stylus Photo Printer R320 reading the new SD card that I recently purchased. Printer says that card cannot be used with this printer. ?? Is my printer now obsolete?...

At the time your printer was manufactured, it incorporates/uses what technology is available.

Things to consider, memory cards now comes in different capacity and speed. Your printer's memory card reader can't read cards that uses newer technology.

You can however use your computer's card reader if there is one or purchase a USB memory card reader to download the photos and print them from the computer.

This actually how I print photos since I can do a lot more before sending it to the printer. I use Picasa (free) for quick photo fix and effects.

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Memory card.

Supported Flash Memory Cards: CompactFlash Card type I, CompactFlash Card type II, Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO, Microdrive, MultiMediaCard, SD Memory Card, Memory Stick Duo, xD-Picture Card, Memory Stick PRO Duo


Your phones card is a RS-MMC type not combatable, wont fit, no eject on printer, card too small for slot, wrong type


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Epson r320 printer will not read any memory cards

Does the green light come on when you insert a card? Most likely that if it can not read the cards, and it is just not your PC failing to communicate with the card reader, then the mainboard is probably faulty. If it's in warranty get Epson to replace it. If not, you could see if you can source another R320 from eBay, (or similar) that has a different problem and swap the mainboards. You would also need the service utility to do this as you MUST change the print head ID on the new mainboard. Another alternative is to simply buy a cheap card reader and plug it into the USB input port on the printer. If the mainboard is faulty, this may not work though. Still you could then just plug the reader into your PC instead.

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