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Most cell phones today have a few ways of getting pictures, music, videos to your PC/Laptop.
1. Via USB cable - This method usually requires drivers from a CD that came with your phone or can be downloaded from the manufacture's website in order for your PC to recognize your phone when you connect.
2. Via mini SD card - Most phones now have a mini SD slot where you can add more memory to the phone for pictures, music, videos, etc. Usually found attached on the side when you take the battery cover off. It will be a small black chip about the size of a finger nail and to remove it, you simply press it in, then it should release. If you have a memory card reader/slot on your PC/laptop, the mini SD card usually needs a separate adapter to make it fit into a standard SD slot.
3. Via Bluetooth - This requires your PC/Laptop to be able to connect with bluetooth devices. You must pair the PC with your phone first so they can communicate with each other. While using your phone, pick the file (picture, music, video, etc) from your phone, select Options, and send via bluetooth.
2.Remove the laptop Battery ( Close the Lid , turn
the laptop Up side down, search for a battery Lock tab, move it to Unlock
position, You can see a Lock/Unlock mark on the Laptop cover, this will eject
the battery from the slot.
carefully pullout the memory card from the card slot, utmost care should be
taken not to damage the card slot contacts
4.After taking out the cardput back the battery make sure that it is in
the locked position
5.Start the computer , try out the system
6.Verify the memory Card reader functionality
using a proper card as per the maker guidelines
If the memory card is recognized and readable in a USB card reader, the memory card is fine. If the 6910 does not recognize the memory card, either the card is not properly seated in the 6910 card reader slot, the card slot is not connected to the main board of the 6910 or you need a DIFFERENT device driver for the 6910.
Your motherboard is bad or there might be something in the slot preventing the memory from seating properly.Check if there is something in the slot preventing the memory from seatting properly.good luck
There are 2 possibilities here - either the slot is not working or the RAM itself.
First install the working 128MB RAM in both memory slots one after the other and ensure that both the slots are in good shape.
Next, install the other 128MB RAM in one slot and check if this is working good.
Your laptop can support a maximum memory of 512MB. If you looking for an upgrade, please call Dell Support. Even though it's little expensive and shipping takes a week, you can get a free after sales service and peace of mind. Moreover you get proper guidance from the experts.
Try to put your sd card to the slot, and check device manager.
check if there is yellow question mark on the device manager.
if it is, it's driver problem, just update the driver.
if not, try with another sd card and if this still not working, it's your sd card slot has problem.
"Put it in and reboot"... be sure the aptop is OFF when you add memory! Otherwise, you can damage BOTH memory and laptop! Once memory is installed there is no "trick" to get it recognized. If it is good and meets the BIOS specs, it will be recognized and registered after a cold boot.
1. Be sure the memory is inserted properly (both clips on the sides are flush with the half-moon tabs between memory and metal clips).
2. Sometimes on a memory slot that has been empty a long time (and gets a bit corroded) it is a good idea to insert the memory, remove it again and reinsert 5 or 6 times (only) to clean the contacts.
3. If number 1 and 2 have been done, and you still have this error, then there is a problem with the memory:
It may be the wrong speed (PC100 instead of PC133, etc)
It may be too LARGE for the BIOS to use (all laptops have maximum memory per slot specs that must be observed, because the laptop cannot see memory that is greater than its specified capacity.
In any case, check the manual or the website for your laptop, to get the specifications for memory type AND capacity per slot, and TOTAL memory if you have two slots -or memory soldered on board).