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Re: Memory Card Readers Wont Function
Unless it is under warranty your best/cheapest bet is to get an external USB card reader. I recently purchased an off-the-wall USB card reader from Radio Shack for $12.99. It serves its purpose and I can take it with me anywhere.
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Hello, I am assuming you have moved the board to another case and have connected front-mounted card readers etc. but none are working. I would check in device manager and see if there are any devices with exclamation points beside them.....which would indicate that windows sees the device, but that you are missing some of the drivers for the board which can be downloaded from HP. If you have devices in device manager that are labelled "unknown device", then a program like SIW or unknown devices may help you determine which drivers to get. A safe bet would be to go to HP's download section and get everything available for that board.
Also, check the bios and ensure that "plug and play OS" is set to on or yes
I would also look in the bios/setup and ensure that the connectors on the board are actually turned on. USB headers on motherboards are pretty generic, meaning that you should be able to plug in pretty much any front panel device (audio,card readers,usb).
Please check these things and get back to me. If you need instructions on how to do any of this stuff, then get back to me and I will be happy to help further.
An Amber blinking power button indicates a low voltage problem. This can be caused by a defective power supply or a defective motherboard. Since you replaced the power supply, my guess is that the motherboard has a problem. Just to make sure that nothing else is causing the problem, remove any PCI cards like modem, video card, sound card, etc... Remove the memory modules and disconnect cables to CD/DVD drives. Look at the USB ports to see if any are damaged.
If it has SD slots they will be located on the front of the computer. Card readers are normally installed into a free CD/DVD slot. If you do not have anything like that you can pick up a USB card reader for $10.00 to $20.00 just about anywhere. Like this one,
a 4GB card is certainly HC (High Capacity). What type of flash memory is it?
Be aware that some computers have a different boot sequence. Meaning that some will try to boot from the DVD/CD drive before the hard drive, some will try to boot from a USB device before those. The card being present in the drive could be telling the computer to try and boot from that (which I'm 99% sure is the problem there).
Next is the issue with the card being read. Until I know what type of flash memory it is (SD - Secure Digital, CF - CompactFlash, etc..) this is speculation. I know with SD there is standard SD and SDHC (SD High Capacity). Older card readers are only capable of reading standard SD cards and while they will acknowledge the existance of SDHC because it is the same form factor, it won't know how to read it.
hi if ur system is provided with two drives then u can use the second drive.. if not then u have to go for a change of new rom..since u said that ur light wont even flash it means that ir drive doesnt detect that particular rom and it has got damaged....
Is the card reader built into the computer?
I know there are a few card readers out there having trouble reading 2 gig memory cards if the computer or card reader was built over 5 years ago.
If you have a data cable for your phone and software for the phone, your computer should be able to read it that way.
those kinda players wont play DVD rom disks and certain ones that are made up. DVD-RAM or ROM wont work. Try blowing inside the player for any dust. if it still doesnt work its the maufacters problem.
The player will play CD-G audio only, not graphics
The ability to play back DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+RW, CD-R, CD-RW, and CD-Jpeg discs may depend on recording conditions.