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.
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it quite simple, just do this: 1. Plug the memory stick into your computer2. go to start click on computer3. click on the removable disk, or whatever u call it4. and simply just drag and drop ur pictures in, or u can right click and send to (name of the memory stick) Hope this was helpful : )
hey there........change your usb setting on your phone to memory card .....after doing this , connect it to computer and then it will show all the stuff of your mobile memory card.......just copy the stuff you need from your mobile card.... hope this helps... AND PLEASE VOTE......help us to help you better
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.
The memory card should show up as a drive in My Computer (assuming you are using XP or Vista). It will likely say "Removeable Disk" in front of it. Find it, double click it and you should see your files and/or folders.
Hey hapurves, Uploading your images should not remove the images from your memory card. If your images are no longer on your memory card the card has most likely been formatted. You could try connecting the memory card to your laptop with a card reader and under My Computer right click on the icon for your memory card and select open. Now you could try copying the images you want back on the memory card and pasting them into a folder on the memory card. I hope this helps! Sincerely, Allan Go Ahead. Use Us.
Hey mrstena, What this message means if the memory card you are using has no more space on it to record new images to it. To fix this you need to upload the images on the memory card to a computer either using a USB cord that connects the camera to the computer, or getting a card reader that supports your type of memory card and connect the memory card directly to the computer with the card reader. After you have uploaded your images you should format the memory card in the camera, which will erase all the images on the memory card and you should then be able to take more images. I hope this helps! Sincerely, Allan Go Ahead. Use Us.
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.