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SDHC Card Is there an update for the C6180 that will allow it to read SDHC cards or are we stuck with just plain SD?

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  • hillbilly458 Jul 17, 2008

    I know this sucks I just bought a 4GB A-data TurboSD SDHC card for my camera and it works fine in my camera. My HP C6180 does NOT read it though, so I have no way to get the pictures off of the card. I hope there is a fix for this. I am betting I will probably have to buy something else to read it though!

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Your camera might have pictbridge and you could just connect that to your printer via usb

or maybe you could get a usb sdhc reader and plug that into the usb of the printer, that might work

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