USB2.0 SD mini sd micro sd MS Multifunction USB Card Reader

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 1.Browse and edit files through the card reader directly,


2.Support bandset and all kinds of memory card without capacity limit.Support USB1-1/2-0.Easy plug and play installation device. NO external power needed.


3. compatible with TF/MS/M2/SD/XD/CF/SIM card. 


4.MAX curent:150MA speed:4 bit temperature: 40°C~+85°C


7.Input Interface: High-speed USB 2.0. 


8.compatible with: WINDOW 98,WINDOW SE,WINDOW ME,WINDOW 2000,WINDOW 2003 


9.USB interface supply power,not need external power.


10.LED read and write instruction. 


11.compatible cold-insert(insert card first,than insert card reader) and hot-insert*pull(insert card reader first,than insert card) function, 


12.high speed transmission:480Mbps.WINDOW P4,WINDOW 7,WINDOW XP,Vista;MacOs86;MACOS…etc. 


13.can admit and browse file on flash card directly.


14.compatible USB 2.0. 


15.High-Speed USB2.0 Compliant Support Memory Card Slim and pocket size No driver required for Windows ME/2000/XP Plug and play


16.Logo printing and OEM service Professional factory for card reader Fashion appearance and various of colors for yours choose LED for indication


It is have good compatible and stability, at the same time, it has highly transmission speed.



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Q:Could it be my card reader at fault?
Fairly certain that's a driver problem. And I'm also fairly certain you have an HP. :- You could spin over to your manufacturers website and see if there are updates available for the devices in your computer. If its less than a year old, you should still have a manufacturers warranty and maybe get a CD with the drivers on it. But my professional opinion is that you updated Windows 7, and now the drivers for your card-reader are strewn. So try to update from the Manufacturers website.
Q:difference between xd reader writer and memory card reader?
There are very many different formats when it comes to memory cards - the most common on the nokia phones are either the mini SD or micro SD cards - these are just minature versions of SD cards. Fuji film and olympus on a joint venture produced a new card more optimised for cameras this was called the xd card - it is a different size, has different pins and is optimised for use in cameras. At the time it came out it was a new type of memory media with an ultra-compact design with theoretical image storage capacity of up to 8 gigabytes and compatibility with different digital camera brands (that supported this format) The type of memory card you use is dictated by which digital device you are using. These physically different cards are *not* interchangeable, eg sd card pheripheral will not take xd etc (not unless it was made specifically to do so which is very rare). If you have a card reader that will read/write SD cards you will be able to read micro and mini SD cards with the aid of an adapter (which makes the mini and micro sd cards into the same size as a normal sd card and fit into an sd drive. The xd card is physically a different shape - broader, but shorter. You will need a xd drive to read/write to these cards. If your card reader is xd only then it will *not* read SD cards. The Reader actually requires a different slot for the SD card. Get a multicard reader. I found i had a variety of sd cards/mini sd/xd cards/sony stick and compact flash cards between my camera/pda and phone devcies so i bought a multi card reader too - there are many makes around and are very common - these come in many varieties depending on the desired computer interface. The most common type are made for PCs and connect to the USB port. Make sure you buy one with all the different formats you have got then you will be able to use the one reader to read a variety of cards as I do. Merry Christmas and Seasonal Greetings!
Q:Stash USB Card reader not working on Windows 7?
I don't know about the Stash brand for sure, but I had a card reader that I had to update the Firmware of the device before I could get it installed properly on Win7 64Bit. Worked fine on Vista 32Bit, but when I went to 7 it would see I plugged it in and then nothing ever popped up asking for drivers or anything - saw it in Device Manager, but nowhere else. You might try to see if there is updated firmware out there for it, not just drivers. Hope this sheds some light for you.
Q:do memory card readers need drivers? computers anyone?
WIndows XP design feature called Plug-in-Play which lets you plug any hardware you like to attached to your computer including card readers and WIndows XP readily recognize what type of hardware you are installing. Most hardwares though not all can be recognized but card readers are just one of the few that XP can read. No more additional drivers/softwares to be installed that is why XP or later version is the most handy OS could consider.
Q:What are the application areas of the card reader?
ID card reader has been applied to various fields, as the education industry, the University began to gradually introduce ID card reader to meet the needs of the current situation.
Yup it is just another drive really
Q:How can I format/ Unlock my locked 512mb MMC Card through Card Reader?
Could be a faulty card. How long have you had the card for? Could someone else have placed a password on it? Try getting hold of another card reader (or phone which reads that type of card) to determine the problem.
Q:I have a built-in card reader but it shows up in the Safely Remove Hardware. Can I disable that?
no The computer doesn't THINK anything. You can't remove those empty drives from My Computer and keep them functional, any more than you could remove your Optical drive from your My Computer listing. You *did* notice how even when you don't have CD in the drive, the optical still shows up. right? That's the SAME thing as the card reader showing up without a card in the slot. Same thing. SAME THING. To reiterate, no, there isn't a way to disable that without actually disabling the card reader. If you are easily confused by the drive letters, try renaming your main hard drive away from Local drive to something easier for you to remember. If you are anal retentive and just the thought of those empty drives showing up in My computer makes your skin crawl, even when you are not looking at them get over it or take your medication. But that whole thing about having to treat a memory card like a USB device you are SUPPOSED to tell the computer you want to remove the flash memory before you actually remove it. Not following procedure can and will damage flash memory. Vista takes things one step further. If you don't follow protocol, Vista wants to scan your flash card every time you put it in afterwards, to ensure it is not damaged.
Q:I can't get my memory stick pro duo out of my card reader?
Have you tried gripping the stick edge firmly with a pair of pliers? Even if you ruin the stick, you should get the use of the card reader slot back. Good luck.
Q:What is the device called where you insert a photo card into a usb driver adapter / photo card reader?
I solved the problem of having to reach all the way down to the floor to plug in USB devices by buying a very inexpensive, four plug USB port. The port plugs in to the computer, on the floor, but the port itself, sits next to my keyboard. In it I can plug my card reader, a USB drive, my digital drawing pad, and, my camera's cable. My scanner and printer are plugged into the ports in the back of my system. TA DAAA! No more bending over to plug in a USB device.

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