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    Edward Sheldon May 11, 2010

    What capacity is the SD card?

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Click on START....My COMPUTER... then look for Extended Drive Icon.. (usually E) assuming you have an internal media reader... if not you'll need an external USB media reader

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The memory card will not read


Hello,

You may need to reload the drivers for the card reader. You can find that on the support site of your pc maker or you can use the install disc that came with your pc.

Good Luck

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I put my memory card into laptop, message says my card is full, and yet i delete my pics from camera., do i have to delete from memory card also, if so how do i do that.


Did you delete the pictures from the internal camera memory and not the SD card? An easy way to solve this problem would be to insert the card into your computer and open up "My Computer". In here you should see your memory card mounted as a usable drive. Open up the SD card, select everything in it by pressing "Control" + "A" and then hitting delete. This will clean everything off of the card. If you want to save the files from the card first, simply make a folder somewhere on your PC and drag all of the files from the SD card into that folder after pressing "Control" + "A". If you are still getting an error stating your card is full after removing them this way you may need to re-format the card or it may be malfunctioning.

Jun 27, 2011 | PC Desktops

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How do I use the Micro SD port?


hi.
sd port is use for read yr sd card.. put yr sd card in sd port then yr can read it from clisk my computer icon and ten yr card will be locaten in g/h/f or try click 1 by 1 memory stick drive

regards

Feb 21, 2011 | eMachines Desktop / AMD Athlon Processor /...

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Our Acer Aspire 5600 doesn't charge battery or doesn't stay on when plugged in we were told it's the motherboard where can we purchase one?


you can try this one

http://www.global-motherboard.com/acer-motherboard/Acer-Aspire-5600-MotherBoard-31ZB2MB0091.html


however i think its much better to buy a new laptop

hope this help

Sep 07, 2010 | PC Desktops

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I cant seem to access MY SD Memory Card from my New Camera through the SD Card slot on the Front panel of My Aspire M1201 - The Green LED is on but no pop up and i cant find the correct the section to...


Newer cameras may have SDHC cards - these have a high capacity. Older computers can't read the newer SDHC cards - they can only read the old SD Cards. The SD card and SDHC cards look exactly the same. The SDHC card will probably say "SDHC" on it somewhere. Fortunately you can buy a USB SDHC card reader for a computer for around £2 on amazon. I would buy one of those. You could search the internet for "usb sdhc card reader".

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Need to hook up my cell phone and printer to my Acer L310


I presume that you want to print some content present on your cell phone (picture or file). Instead of trying to connect your cell phone to your printer, you should connect your cell phone to your computer. Your friendly dealer will sell you the proper cable and software to do that. Once this is done, transfer what you want to print to the computer and then print it. Alternate way depends if your printer accepts memory module from your phone i.e. ( sd, micro sd, xd....etc ). If the printer can accept it, remove the memory from your phone using procedures in your user manual and insert it in your printer and then follow the procedures of your printer manual. This is the best I can suggest from the little amount of information you provided.

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The m2 adapter i have does not fit my acer aspire laptop yet my laptop card reader says it reads m2 memory cards. is there a certain way of putting the card in to the memory card reader.


I think that with smaller memory cards like m2 and t-flash(micro SD) you would have to use their adapter(a card with a slot that normally converts it to SD) before you can slot it in.

Nov 06, 2008 | PC Desktops

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I cant get the pictures to show from the sd memory card to show in the camera


A bit more information might be helpful. Is your problem that you cannot view the pictures on your SD memory card while the card is installed in your camera? If this is the case you might make sure the card is properly installed. Sometimes if the card is not fully engaged in the memory slot the camera will not register it. Try removing the card and reinstalling it.

Mar 19, 2008 | PC Desktops

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SD card reader


Is the SD reader built in? If so, you should just be able to insert the SD card into the slot, and it should appear in My Computer.

Mar 15, 2008 | PC Desktops

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Aspire T690 memory upgrade trouble


Check the Acer web site and make sure U are putting in the correct type of DDR2 ram. Even though they are called DDR2, there are different types, i.e. 5300, 5600, etc.

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