My laptop does not realize i have inserted my SD card.
I have been using my SD card to transfer pictures and video onto my laptop for months; I have a Toshiba laptop, and I am usually able to just put in the card, and access all information on it through My Computer. Now, though, the card just doesn't show up. HOWEVER, the card still works on my camera. HELP?!
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Try restarting your computer before putting the card in. If it doesn't how up after a restart when you are in My Computer try hitting F5 on your keyboard to manually refresh the screen. It's possible there could be dust in the card slot but the connections are usually self cleaning. If this doesn't help try the card in another computer or if you can hook the camera directly to the computer eith the appropriate cord.
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This is not my area of expertise, but I have done this a few times. Depending on whether you have a removeable SD card or not, you can remove the SD card from the camera and insert it into a reader slot on your Laptop.
Then you will need to access a Media program on your computer or have the Laptop read the SD card with an Autoread setting preprogrammed in the Laptop. If you use a Media program, you would use an "Import" command to transfer the images.
If you do not have an SD reader, you will need a USB port connector to wire the images from the camera to your Laptop. Also the camera may have recorded the pictures on Internal memory without a removeable SD card. You should get the images out of the camera and onto your Laptop as a permanent location for them.
Even with an SD card in your camera, sometimes you need to set up your camera to use the SD card instead of the internal memory.
Finally, if you do have an SD card and are getting nowhere in trying to do this with your equipment, Walgreens have photo equipment which may help you transfer your movies from one Media to another.
Like people, the equipment and capabilities may vary at different locations. Finally, using a service like Walgreens may help you determine if your problem is camera based or Laptop based.
I hope that in some way my solution has helped you.
You can transfer pictures to your laptop by using a Micro SD card reader like the one in the image:
Insert the Micro SD to the slot which says "Micro SD" and then plug it in the USB port of your laptop. The laptop will soon detect the Micro SD. Open "My Computer" and then choose the removable drive which is usually E: or F: or G:. Thanks.
The easiest and fastest way to transfer pictures/videos from your camera is by removing the SD card from your camera and insert it into a SD card reader. You can buy card readers at any computer stores at cheap prices. You insert the SD card into a card reader and then you insert the card reader into a free USB slot on your computer and then you can copy ALL your files then wherever you want.
this model not support it, To do that, you need to connect to pc and transfer it. As long you inserted the SD card, IT will use memory from SD card and not display image, video from built in memory. if you want to delete file in built in memory, you need to remove memory card.
The microSD memory card MUST first be formatted, by the handset,
in order for the handset to create the destination folders.
To transfer the pictures, remove the memory card slot cover. Insert the microSD card into the slot until it locks into place. Press the OK key for menu. Select Get it Now. Select Picture and Video. Select My Pictures. Select desired picture. Press the right soft key for options. Highlight move and press OK. This puts the picture on the SD card.
Micro SD cards for cell phones
are now costing less and are holding more memory. 4GB SD cards can hold
an estimated 1000 songs, over 13,000 images, or 22 hours of video
individually. 2GB memory cards hold roughly half those estimates and
8GB SD cards would hold double. So if your cell phone
has a SD card slot learn how to utilize this expandable memory option
on your device. Follow these steps and you will soon be enjoying your
music, pictures, and video on your phone!
Insert your SD memory card adaptor (with micro SD card inserted)
into your SD Card drive on your computer. This should open a "Secure
Digital Storage Device" or similar window. If not, go to "My Computer"
to locate your SD card and open it.
transfer picture files to your SD memory card, open the folder or file
that your pictures are stored on. Simply click and drag a file or
multiple files and drop them into your SD Card window or folder. You
can also copy a picture and then paste it to the SD Card.
transfer music files to your SD memory card, open your "My Music"
folder. Select the folder where you are going to get the music from
(Itunes, Yahoo Music...). Click, drag, and drop the files into the SD
Card window or copy and paste them in.
transfer video files to your SD memory card, open your "My Videos"
folder. Select the folder where you are going to get the video from.
Click, drag, and drop the files into the SD Card window or copy and
paste them in.
out the SD memory card adaptor from its drive. Remove the Micro SD card
(small chip for your phone) and insert it into the SD Card drive on
your Blackberry, IPhone, or other compatible cell phone.
Go to your media, picture, or music folder in your cell phones
menu. Select which item you are looking for and your files will appear!
Software CD's can be difficult to understand sometimes. Good news is if you dont understand how to use the included programs, you do have a microSD card that your device has. If you have a memory card, you can store your music (no ringtones) and pictures/video onto your card and transfer them to your laptop which should have an SD card slot. Just make sure that on your memory card you insert into into the microSD card adapter which came with the phone and be sure to label folders on the card. The folders should be AUDIO (for full music), IMAGE (for pictures), and VIDEO (for video files). Then you drag and drop the file to the specific folder.
S-Video would allow you to run your laptop onto a TV, you would have to buy an S-video cable and have a tv or box that is s-video compatible or buy a converter. You would connect the cables to the tv from laptop and Using th <FN> and <F5> toggle between lcd/external/both
SD media card reader just reads SD card you have e.g. camera memory cards, data transfer etc.
sd card is inserted pin side down and pushed in till it clicks in place