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SDDR-113 card reader reading very slow and only loading 1 photo

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PROBLEM WITH DIGITAL CONCEPTS SIM CARD READER CR-75P


If your photos are stored on the memory card, then removethe memory card from the camera and insert it into an USB memory card reader.Connect this USB memory card reader and memory card into the USB port of yourworking computer. Your computer will see this as an USB Mass Storage Device oran external storage device; you can then open the folder on the memory card andcopy the photos to your computer.A memory card reader is a handy device and are inexpensive.You can copy photos from other cameras and you can also download photos offyour memory card to someone else's computer without the need of installing anyprograms.

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Cant download from camara to pc need to dpwnload program dont have disc


If your computer does not recognize the camera when you plug it in to the computer and you do not have access to the software needed, you will need to find another way to get the pictures onto the computer straight from the memory card. If your computer has a memory card reader, use that because that's the easiest way to access pictures on a memory card. If your computer does not have a memory card reader, you can buy a USB adapter that your memory card can fit into and your computer can read through USB. They are cheap and useful. Here's a good one for 12.99 from amazon.com that reads many types of memory cards including:
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SOLUTION 1 - Verify if minimum system requirement is met.
SanDisk card readers support Windows Vista, Windows XP SP2 and Windows 2000 SP4.

For MAC users, see
Troubleshooting USB device on MAC



SOLUTION 2 - Verify the reader's status under Device Manager.

STEP 1 - Connect the reader to the PC

NOTE: It is recommended that you plug your card reader to the back USB port on your PC to ensure that there is enough power from the USB port for the card reader to be detected properly.

STEP 2 - Check under Device Manager
1. Right-click My Computer.
2. Select Manage.
3. On the left pane, click Device Manager.

NOTE: The card reader will appear in two places: Disk Drives and Universal Serial Bus controls as USB Mass Storage. If there is a yellow exclamation point (!) or question mark (?) next to the device, try to refresh the drivers.

STEP 3 - Refresh the drivers
1. Right-click the entry with the error mark, select Uninstall.
2. On the top menu, click Action, and then click Scan for hardware changes.

STEP 4 - Verify if the reader is detected
1. Double-click My Computer.
2. Look for the card reader under Devices with removable storage.


SOLUTION 3 - Try other USB ports.
A yellow exclamation point (!) under Device Manager usually means that the device is not receiving enough power. If the reader is not receiving ample amount of power from the USB port, it may not function properly.


SOLUTION 4 - Change the drive letters

NOTE: The SDDR-89 reader should show 4 drive letters under My Computer.



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Scroll down on this Scan disk site page to find downloads for your all-in-one

http://www.sandisk.com/Products/Item(2696)-SDDR-189-A20-SanDisk_ImageMate_AllinOne_USB_20_Reader.aspxone.

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Will not download pictures from camera to computer


I have the same camera. The little red light flashing is normal. It should flash for about a second and then go out. I believe the camera is reading the SD card during this time. If you turn on the camera with no SD card present this light should not flash. It sounds like you’re having problems transferring pictures from your camera to the computer. I'm guessing you’re using the USB cable that came with the camera to connect to the computer. I don't have an exact fix for this problem; it could be a defective cable or connector. However, I do have an alternative way for you to download your photos that I believe will work even better for you. Buy one of those mini SD card readers with the USB port adapters. The one I have is made by SanDisk and is called the MicroMate. Here's a link so you can see what it looks like. http://www.sandisk.com/Products/Item(2018)-SDDR-113-A11-MicroMate_for_SDHC.aspx When you want to download your photos just unplug the SD card from your camera, insert it into one end of the SD card reader, and plug the other end into a USB port. The computer recognizes it as a flash drive. Then you can just copy from one drive to another. I find it to be much faster then using the USB cable to download photos. I hope this helps you out.

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That card is probably too big for that card reader in the printer to read. You have to have a card reader that can read Secure Digital High Capacity cards. The most you can probably get out of the card reader on the printer is either 1 or 2 gb secure digital.

You might be able to get away with using the pictbrige connection on the printer and print that way as long as the memory card is loaded into the camera.

If that doesn't work you will have to get a card reader that can read SDHC cards.


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Was referring to the configuration. P3, P4, etc. Older boards that have a USB 1.1 port sometimes have compatibility issues with some USB 2.0 devices.

I recommend trying it on other XP-based computers. If it still doesn't work then the device has a problem. If it works then it could be a compatibility issue with your PC.

Hope this helps.

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