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Restart the computer and enter the BIOS screen by pressing the F10 key at the first screen.
In Computer Setup, set Advanced > Device Options > NIC PXE Option ROM Download to DISABLE to prevent PXE option ROM for the internal NIC from being downloaded during POST to free more memory for an expansion card's option ROM. Internal PXE option ROM is used for booting from the NIC to a PXE server.
Put the memory card in the slot. Go to my computer/computer. Click on the memory card icon (will be something like e:, f:, h: etc.) Once you double click on it, it will open up the files that are stored in the card. You can now manipulate this information how you prefer.
if you are using windows and attach your memory card via a card reader or camera it will be given a drive letter, go to my computer (or computer in vista) and look for the extra drive letter if you are unsure what letter it is, open one of them until you find your pictures, open your email and compose one as normal then click attach or add files, there should be something like browse folders or files, click that and look for the drive letter where the photos are and add them at will, copies of the pictures will then be pulled from the card onto your email. good luck