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It wont read the cards


A: Make sure you're using a supported memory card. See the table below for specifications:

Memory Card Type Maximum Capacity CompactFlash Card
(Type I and Type II--3.3V only) 8GB Microdrive (3.3V only) 4GB SD (Secure Digital) 2GB MultiMediaCard 1GB

If you connect a compatible CompactFlash (CF) adapter that can read 8GB memory cards, you can also use the memory cards listed below (with a capacity up to 8GB):

  • Memory Stick
  • Memory Stick Duo
  • Memory Stick PRO
  • Memory Stick PRO Duo
  • xD-Picture Card
  • SmartMedia Card (3.3V only)

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Printer does not read memory cards or card reader


Here's the list of compatible digital media memory cards:
  • CompactFlash I & II
  • SmartMedia Card
  • Sony Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO
  • Secure Digital (SD) Card
  • MultiMediaCard (MMC)
  • Microdrive
  • 4 Built-in Card Readers
  • xD Card
  • Sony Memory Stick Duo (with adapter)

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THIS MEMORY STICK GIVES ME ERROR MESSAGE WHEN I INSERT IN IN MY CAR ALL OTHER STICKS WORK BUT NOT MY TANSCEND 4GB HI SPEED STICK


my 4GB memory card insert to my mobile then say format your memory card but not working and no format card.

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What are the slots on the front panel used for?


Those are card reader slots.

Various types of memory cards can be used.

A memory card, (Or can be stated as Flash Memory Card), takes the place of the old Floppy Disks, for one.

It is digital. There is no disk inside, just hardware electronic components.

Due to the size of trying to explain every type of memory card that is available, and the memory card itself, I would like to give you this link,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Memory_card

Here it explains the basic format of a memory card.
You can click on the titles of the memory card/s, (in blue), to get a deeper explanation, of that particular memory card.

The specifications for your eMachines ET1810 Desktop PC, state that you have the following card reader slots for,

1.Compact Flash (Type I and II)
2.CF Microdrive
3.MultiMedia Card (MMC)
4.MMCmobile
5.MMCmicro
6.Reduced-Size MultiMedia Card (RS-MMC)
7.Secure Digital Card (SD)
8.miniSD Card
9.xD-Picture Card
10.Memory Stick
11.Memory Stick PRO
12.Memory Stick PRO Duo
13.Memory Stick Micro (M2)

Look above each slot for an abbreviation.
For example on my computer,

I have one card reader slot that is approximately 1 inch wide.
It looks like a T that is stretched out.
It has SD/MMC/SM/MS/MS-PRO, above it.

This means that the card reader slot will support, (Use),
[In order as printed above],

1.SD Card - Secure Digital Card
2.MultiMedia Card.
3.Smart Media card
4.Memory Stick
5.Memory Stick Pro

I have one more card reader slot. It has CF-Microdrive above it. A wider slot than the above, and looks like a upside down stretched out T.

This means of course that it uses, (Supports), a Compact Flash Microdrive card

I've tried to explain the various card reader slots, on your computer's front panel, without being too technical, or being offensive in nature.

If you want, I can explain as technical as you wish, or simplify my solution more.

This is the Specifications page for your eMachines ET1810,

http://support.gateway.com/emachines/desktop/2009/emachines/et/et1810/ET1810sp2.shtml

Scroll down, and look to the right of the heading - Card Reader.
These are the cards your computer supports, (Uses)

Looking at the main support page for your eMachines, it looks as though you have four card reader slots.
Three grouped together on the left side, and two in the middle.

The two slots to the far right are USB ports, with probably a headphone jack port, and a microphone port to the right of them.

This page gives a little more detail, as to what your card reader slots support,

http://support.gateway.com/emachines/desktop/2009/emachines/et/et1810/ET1810fv.shtml

Dec 24, 2009 | eMachines ET1810-01 PC Desktop

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Does my w3507 have an agp port


No it does not have an agp port. IT has a PCI Express Port for video cards. Its much better and faster.
Details on your machine and what it has can be found at this link. Hope it helps.
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=2912877&CatId=2643

Nov 10, 2009 | eMachines W3507 PC Desktop

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My NIKON D70 has trouble with flash cards larger than 2 G.


The D70 has known issues with certain cards / capacities. Nikon has identified the cards and capacities that are guaranteed to work with the D70 specifically, on their page dedicated to this info linked below:

http://support.nikontech.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/9601

It seems that only Lexar and Microdrive cards that are 4Gb are supported (some with significant limitations) and no card greater than 4Gb is supported at all, regardless of manufacturer.

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I HAVE A CASIO EX-Z50 DIGITAL CAMERA, WHICH I HAVE HAD A WHILE AND I HAVE BROUGHT A 4GB MEMORY CARD, THE CAMERA DOES NOT SEEM TO LIKE THIS. PLEASE COULD YOU TELL ME WHAT IS THE MAXIMUM MEMORY CARD THIS...


yes this camera support 4 GB memory card ..SD memory cards and multimedia cards only can be used to expand camera memory.This model does not support use of CF cards, the IBM Microdrive, or smart media.

Aug 21, 2009 | Cameras

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Can an 8GB microSDHC card be used in my Sansa Fuze 4GB mp3 player


Actually, it sounds as if the card is working. The more you have on the card, the more free internal memory you'll need so it can build its media database. Remove the card, then delete some files from the internal memory to free up space. Then reinsert the card.

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Kodak EasyShare SV811 won't read SD / HD card


Compatible Card-Slots : SD/MMC; xD; CF;Memory Stick; Microdrive; USB

You might have too much data on the SD card. Try with less pics onto the card.

Contact KODAK:
http://www.kodak.com/eknec/PageQuerier.jhtml?pq-path=14563&pq-locale=en_US&_requestid=3490

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Can I use Standard 4G or 8G SD or Cf cards in a Dell Axim X5?


SD cards must be SD not SDHC, there is not an SDHC driver for the X5. You can find regular SD cards up to 4G.

CF is no problem, all flash based CF cards will work. Microdrives can be problematic.

Dec 20, 2008 | Dell Axim X5 Pocket PC

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