I bought cheap--and the lap top will not work now..and it calls for some kind of chip--do not know know how to explain any more ...it worked okay for awhile///but geak neabor--said it was a company owned lap top with chip ..did not know -do not know any more sorry..do i get rid of it and count it for a loss
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Re: card reader on lap top
Probably a chipset issue, try getting DriverCure or DriverDetective if your internet works at all, or you could simply reformat the hard drive with a new operating system. Leave more info on the comments and I'll try to help you out
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You can purchase Universal Adapters relatively cheap under $10.00 just about anywhere. You will need one to hook to your phone.
Or if your computer has a card reader in it you can save your pictures on your camera to your sims card and insert your sims card into your card reader. If you don't have a card reader, these are also relatively cheap to purchase.
I would check your local Walgreens, CVS, or Radio Shack & Walmart for these products.
I've found that Walgreens have EXCELLENT SALES on these products.
The camera should work without drivers but I have a alternative solution. Please go to a electronics store and buy a USB card reader. I bought one last week and it cost $0.5 so its cheap as dirt. Then simply remove the card from your camera , pop it into the reader and the pictures will appear on a drive like a flashdrive in your my computer folder.
This is a much better option than using the camera's cable as it is faster , safer , saves on your camera battery and you don't need to install any software or drivers.
The card reader will most likely also still be compatible with any new camera you buy in future.
Your laptop must have a card slot, for it to be able to read the card.
First most phones use a micro sd card, so you need the card holder, a card holder id a regular size sd card that you put the micro card into and then you put this into a sd card reader if the laptop has one.
Most laptops,computers, can not read a micro sd card, only sd card, and some mmc memory sticks.
You did not post who made your laptop, or the model number so we have no clue if your laptop has a card reader.
hello there...that's right you can get a usb data cable, blue tooth ,or memory card reader to transfer you pictures to your computer....
you can directly print the picture as some of the printers come with card readers built in which is very convinient
consider visiting a mobile accessory shop you will have all the options there
my best pick will be memory card reader if you already have a printer...it is very cheap...and can read multiple cards...so in future if you change your mobile you will not have any problem like with usb cable (different for different phone)
blue tooth and getting a new printer is a costly affair...blue tooth often have connectivity and software issues
go for memory card reader ...cheap ,reliable ,fast and best of all
THe HC chip set for SD's and micro SD's have different programming in them and are unfortunately not backwards compatable with a standard SD host port. For you laptop, I reccoment getting a USB SD chip adapter. They're only like $6-$10 depending upon the brand. For your phone, however, I reccomend you take it back to the store for a trade-in on a standard SD chip, or for a complete refund so you can buy one from a store that carries standards.
You need some form of memory card reader to interface with your computer. If you do not have a slot for it on your PC, you can purchase one for relatively cheap from any major computer retailer. Or, anyone who sells memory cards for that matter. Ensure it supports microSD (according to the photo and topic headline)
If your sister is using a windows based operating system like 95 or 2000, you will need to install the driver for that. The OS cant read anyting until you install the driver for it. But Windows Xp does not need any driver installation. Because it all ready has bulit in. If you are using Windows Xp then the problem can be harder to find out.
If u are using Windows XP, try to install the driver just in case, then see if it works, if not then there can be a problem with the card reader. Try using this with other friends of yours. And see if the Chip is fine or not damaged.