Question about HP Photosmart 8150 InkJet Printer
There are adapters to convert micro sd cards to standard sd card.you could try that.
Posted on Apr 15, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Previous solution is the FAIL. Original poster says it works fine in _camera_, but not in _printer_. _Printer_ is the compatibility issue, not camera.
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
Well SD max is 2gb, so you can get 2gb if you want.
SDHC max is 32gb. If you are not on a budget, try upgrading your printer to a newer model.
SDHC is coming out with even newer models, now with a class 10 (10mb read/write speed - but very costly).
However, if it doesn't matter to you, might as well just stick with the same printer, since SD cards are coming down in price. Just make sure you get 2gb cards with a good class speed.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
Some computers will not acknowledge your flash cards. Depending on your flash card, your printer & computer to make sure they are compatible. Try opening your computer Icon to see if card is accepted. then click in your card to see if any file are in. You may have to load your printer software again..
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Posted on Jun 29, 2010
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