My USB 2.0 slot doesn't recognize when something is in it. I have tried a memory stick, the memory card from my camera and a USB cord for one of my child's toys. I don't have anything for any of the other slots to check the whole system. Everything else on my computer seems to work fine.
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I bought a deer cam (trail camera) at Walmart and a PNY card with PNY Multi-Slot USB & Flash Card Reader P-UBSDRDR21K-RF. I can't make them all work for me. PNY card reader has no instructions on the package neither on their website and their support is a joke. When I plug in this multi-slot card reader into my PC (I tried two different PCs) something isn't right. I get no results, just empty folders. The card is new and has data on it. Both products come from PNY, both were purchased at Walmart and both are going back to Walmart for a full refund and I will never buy a PNY product ever again.
Sometimes it happens that your slot doesn't work you can use a another option like Olympus LS-10 digital recorder as a card reader for accessing the data. Insert the SD card in your LS-10 digital recorder then connect the recorder to the computer with a USB cord then it will show you two options for the onboard storage inherent and one for the SD-Card. Select first photoshop elements to read the card and then Windows Live photo Gallery to view and copy your photos. If the Information helped you out then please give me some ratings. Thanks
Insert your memory stick to your laptop, if your laptop has a memory stick slot or in the USB slot (if it is supported). If it doesn't have on you need a memory stick card reader. Insert your memory stick on a card reader then insert the card reader into the USB slot.
After that your laptop will prompt you and choose "view folder".
Now go to the folder where your pictures is located and choose the pictures you want to transfer and then right click on it and click "copy".
Go back to the folder of your memory stick, right click and then click "paste".
That should do it.
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You can buy memory card readers very cheap. Ebay is a good source. Just look for a reader for your card model. I use a USB reader, which is very convenient. If you have XP or later operating system it probably will recognize the reader with no software when you plug it into a USB slot. then you just take the card out of your camera and put it in the reader. You may need to have the card in the reader for the reader to be recognized, try it either way.
may be ur computer is not able to read the stick, try it on another PC, some times the memory stick has some power left in it when removing from the camera and the same has to be discharged, to do this refit the stick to you camera and access the stick, then shut down the camera by power off button of the camera and then remove the stick from the camera and connect it to the PC.