I have digitial concepts card reader and put in it a compact flash card (256mb) cuz it wasnt directly connecting from my camera, and it is not working. it is saying it does not have the correct drivers installed and its an unknown device. i am using a sony laptop with windows xp. ive been trying for hours but nothing happens when i connect it, i tried downloading everything and nothing is working, is there any hope for this???
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When you remove your sd cards in the new windows 7 update, the card reader removes itself from the list of connected devices on the computer. I have a windows 7 ;laptop with an sd card reader in it and it does the same thing. if it is still reading the cards with no problem, there is nothing to be worried about. it is like hooking up a flash drive to your computer, then it dissapears after you disconnect it. Still use the safely remove function on the windows pc. It helps keep the cards healthy so to speak.
Flash Drive or SD Cards? Flash Drive is where you put the mechanism into a USB Port. SD Cards are where you might take the card out of a camera and stick it into the SD Card Reader Slot on the computer.
Which one are you saying is not working? If its the SD Card Reader, go download and reinstall the driver again. Get onlineand got to www.google.com In the google search box type: "ToshibaSupport" (without the quotes and put your manufacturer name before Support). Look for downloads and drivers. Enter your model number and operatingsystem when requested. Download and install the Card Reader drivers.If all fails maybe your card reader has gone bad. You can always purchase one for under $10 that plugs into the USB Port. When the site below comes up just type: SD Card Reader in the white search box and hit GO. The link is below:
You need to insert your compact flash memory card into an USB CF card reader then plug the card reader into the USB port of your computer. Your computer will detect it as an external storage device then you can open the image folder and copy the photos to your computer.
You need to insert your compact flash memory card into an USB CF card
reader then plug the card reader into the USB port of your computer.
Your computer will detect it as an external storage device then you can
open the image folder and copy the photos to your computer.
1. Is the card supported by the card read? 2. Have you install/uninstall any software recently? 3. Is there any red or yellow alert in your device manager? If so, go an check if it is card reader related. Feel free to visit digitalsupporttech for getting help.
If your laptop does not have a built-in memory card reader then purchase an USB multi memory card reader that can read a variety of memory cards such as SM/XD, SD/MMC and CF/Micro drives memory cards.
All you need to do is plug in the memory card into the card reader and then plug the card reader into the computer's USB port. The computer will see the memory card as an external memory device.
Your computer doesn't support compact flash cards. Your SD slot is a 5-in-1 card reader, supporting Secure Digital (SD), MultiMediaCard (MMC), Memory Stick® (MS), Memory Stick PRO? (MS PRO), xD-Picture Card? (xD). The big slot is for PCMCIA devices.