How to put the three small pieces together I have no instructions on how they fit together. Please help I am trying to put the scandisc together and find out how to put the device in the side of my phone so I can eventually take what I have save my phone info onto the memory disc and then save it to my computer
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Re: Micro scandisc 512 MB
I think I know what you want. The smartcard device plugs into the back of the pc. It's a serial port connection. The memory card plugs into the smartcard device.
I have a question, does your cell phone have a memory slot for the memory card?
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You don't say what type it is, but they usually have little micro switches fitted to ensure the power won't come on until the blade section is fitting properly to the waste container part. If it is the bucket type with the shred part on top just make sure it rests properly on top of the bucket so the microswitch on the bottom of the shred part gets depressed. If it's a drawer type there may be a small projection on the drawer which pushes against a switch in the body of the shredder.
That last RAM probably is good. Many motherboards have problems using many different memory. All of the memory you have should be at least identical to ensure that they work. When RAM run at different speed or require a little more voltage, they will not let your motherboard boot. You can try mixing up the order you put the RAM in. Try putting the last RAM in the first slot by itself, the motherboard should boot. Then try the rest.
Also, whenever you add or change hardwares, you should clear the CMOS/BIOS settings.