Question about Dell Axim X5 Pocket PC
We are having trouble inserting the card. Does the blank plastic insert go in with the card? Without the black insert the card moves around inside the slot. The blank plastic insert is a little over 1 1/2 inches wide and the lan card is less than 1 inch. Our manual with the Axim X5 says line up the lan card under the tab of the blank card and slide into slot. Help us if you can. Thanks in advance.
The blank plastic is NOT to be used while other cards. I am assuming you are talking about the SD card slot on the side (black plastic filler) There should be no movement of the SD card when in place.
If you are talking about the CF card slot on the top of the Axim, again the blank plastic is a dust cover when no card is in place and is not used with cards inserted. There is a bit of open area on one side of the card. Carefull with the pins at the bottom and be sure to insert correctly. Again there should be no movement of the card once inserted fully.
Don't know what you are quoting from the manual. I still have mine and the only thing I see similar to your quote is to "align the tab on the back of the CF card with the notch in the CF slot.." This is to make sure you have the front and back correct and for removal of the card (by grasping the ridge/tab)
Posted on Aug 05, 2008
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