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How do you download pics to a lap top from sony camera from the small 1 gig scandisk memory stick. i used to use the adapter for my desktop but now i have a lap top and that doesn't work.

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    What kind of Adapter, USB?

    if you have a USB Cable that came with it, use it to connect to your laptop.

    If your laptop does not have any USB ports, you have a netbook. Which has a sole purpose of simply web browsing.

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Unless you have a card reader, I don't believe you can. This adapter is it USB? Have you tried unistalling and reinstalling the adapter?

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