i hope you can answer my question, i ve got an Acer notebook and just a minute ago i put a memory card in it, uploaded stuff on it, it went well. i just dont know how to take it out. there s no handle i can pull and the card is deep inside so i cant even grab the edge of it.
could you answer me real quick?
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Either your memory, lcd monitor or the video card is bad.
Check the Memory by steps below:
Remove the Power Cord, Open the Case and remove one of thememory chips. Set the chip aside then try rebooting the computer. If it boots, then you know the memory chip you set aside is bad so mark an x onit with an ink pen. If it fails to boot then move the chip to the nextmemory slot and try rebooting. If it fails take the chip out and set itaside, then put the other chip in and try booting it in both slots. If itboots, just to verify that the chip set aside is bad, mark an x on it and putit into the open memory chip slot and try booting. I'm thinking that it might be your monitor because if the monitor was working and the video card was bad, you would get a No Signal message appearing on your screen. Try another monitor on the computer. Borrow a monitor from a friend, family member, neighbor or co-worker and see if it works. If it does then your monitor needs to be replaced. If it does not work, then you've got a video card issue.
Check Video Card below: If nothing ever posts to the screen then more than likely your video card is bad. Go purchase a Video Card that will fit into one of your open PCI Slots.
if you look on one of the sides there should be a slot about the same size as your memory card
slot it in and hopefully windows will reconise it
if not leave the card in and restart the laptop
hopefully windows will install and look for a driver for it as well
if not go to www.acer.com go to support/downloads making sure that you get the correct driver for
your make model and operating system then scroll down and look for the driver download it and install it
Some laptops or desktops are not ready equipped with SD or Micro SD slots for insertion of your camera memory cards, You may have to buy an external drive with built in SD Slots. I would suggest you go to Best Buy and they will point you in the right direction. I cant help you from here buddy, go to a locval PC store or best buy / radio shack and they will take care of you.
according to the acer site..
these are usually on one side or the other. the issue here is whether your camera memory stick is same size as their slots. you may need to get an adapter. careful about forcing that mem stick into a slot that's not good to go.
1 x Type I/II PC Card Slot, 1 x SD Card Slot, 1 x Memory Stick Card Slot, Docking Station/Port Replicator, 1 x MMC Card Slot
Card is not necessary if you use the defult maps that came with it, but in the future for more maps and more options to ur GPS you are going to need a card in order to have enough space to download all this cool stuff.
The "odd shaped port" you are referring to is most likely:
The Express Card slot (replacing the slot known as “PC-Card” replacing the slot formerly known as “PCMCIA”) are the biggest standard slot on a laptop designed to handle stuff like wireless cellular modems with antenna and micro hard drives. Most people won’t ever use this slot, but it’s a lot faster than it’s old relatives now that it connects directly to PCI-Express. From: www.geek.com
Do NOT put your memory card from your computer into that slot. Since you have indicated that the USB cable connector option will not work, you will have to go out and buy a memory card reader that is compatible with you memory card. They are relatively inexpensive and easy to find at most electronics stores. Plug in the card reader (USB) and seat in your memory card and the OS of your laptop should detect the card and allow you to download the pictures.
I'm assuming this means you have formatted the memory card. If this is the case you could purchase a memory card reader that connects to your PC via a USB port, and you should be able to copy and paste your images back to the memory card.