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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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according to the acer site..
these are usually on one side or the other. the issue here is whether your camera memory stick is same size as their slots. you may need to get an adapter. careful about forcing that mem stick into a slot that's not good to go.
1 x Type I/II PC Card Slot, 1 x SD Card Slot, 1 x Memory Stick Card Slot, Docking Station/Port Replicator, 1 x MMC Card Slot
to make sure the problem please insert ur mem stick to external card reader, if it can read ur mem stick so ur phone card reader had a problem and i think its hardware problem, but sometimes when system files(hidden files) in the mem stick is missing can make the same problem, so u better insert ur memstick to the same device that worked to really make sure the problem is (ur memstick or ur phone card reader), and u also can try to insert the memstick from that worked device to ur phone (just make sure problem solution) :)
The best way to diagnose this problem is to simply try another memory-card. If your K800i still fails to recognize the card then the obvious problem is your memory-stick port. However, if the device does read the other memory-stick then just reformat your original card and try it again. Reformatting may or may not fix your original card. After following all the other guidelines and the handset will identify other cards, except for your original (after you reformatted it) then you are left with an only option to buy another memory-card.