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Q:how do i open my camera,s memory card card on my computer?I have the card in a usb card reader?OR micro cardr
Then next step is to put your microSD/adaptor card into a memory card reader. Properly connected, the contents of your microSD card will be easily seen if you click on My Computer. Look for a new device within My Computer. You'll have to open the nestled folder you find there. Click on the View tab and choose Thumbnails, so you can see minature versions of the picturs. Then, you can copy your photos to any folder on the computer that you have or want to create.
Q:Card reader muslim help?
If cards are read for the purpose of predicting the future then its wrong because no one but Allah knows the future.Man cant tell what will happen the next second how is it possible to predict major events days months or years ahead.
Q:Help with SD memory card and SD memory card reader.?
all micro sd cards are the same, go to an office supply store , way cheaper than your carrier, you can load the micro sd card download music through your usb cable, you don't have to use a reader
Q:are there credit card readers for the samsung galaxy s3?
Way to pay attention. Lots of them.
Q:Nintendo R4 DS Card Reader?
you can either use a micro sd card reader or a micro sd card adapter, which slides into a regular sd slot on a computer.
Q:How to use a SD/SDHC card reader?
You plug it into your computer (via a USB port), then wait until the computer install (by itself) the driver for it. Then you can insert the memory card into the reader. Note that you will still need any program(s) to edit the photos. The card reader only lets you transfer the files from the card, to your computer.
Q:Can a card reader on a printer upload mp3's?
Only thing you can do is try. I've always assumed that the printer was acting as a reader only. You may be disappointed too in that the files uploaded to the card using a method other than what 's recommended may not work properly. Like if you copied mp3's to your IPod via mycomputer, I bet they wouldn't work, even though they're still MP3's. If it doesn't work, format the card in the phone again, and it should be ok. Of course, when you format, you lose all of your info on that card.
Q:Media Card Reader -PC Card or USB? Which is faster?
The short answer is, PC card is generally pretty fast and fast enough. However, if you do have USB2.0, USB2.0 could be faster. As you mentioned, PC card has the extra edge of being internal so I'd go for it unless you really care about the top speed. The long answer is that the practical speed depends on quite a few factors. 1. the speed of the memory card itself 2. the adapter (PC Card, USB Card Reader) 3. the actual computer connecting interface (PCMCIA for PC card and USB for USB card reader). Basically the slowest part will become the bottleneck. For the connecting interface, PCMCIA is the fastest (100+Mb/sec), followed by USB2.0 (60+Mb/sec) then USB1.1 (around 1.5Mb/sec). USB2.0 and PCMCIA are both so much faster than other components that they typically won't be the bottleneck. For the memory card, they vary greatly but a decent one should start with a few megabytes / sec, with the high end models go up to 20Mb/sec or so. For the adapters, I don't know the precise answer. However, from my empirical experience (trying USB2.0, USB1.1, and PC card at some point), I think they are generally faster than 1Mb/sec. My one-off experience (side-by-side) was that the USB2.0 card reader I used was faster than the PC card I used.
Q:how to get on AKO with CAC card reader from home?
You need all of the security certificates and readers to access AKO. It is a multi step process and I got so frustrated I just took my laptop into one of my 25 series guys and they hooked me up in about 5 minutes after I wasted 6 hours trying to get it to work myself.
Q:Do you really need the micro SD Card Reader and not just the normal Card reader?
Yes it has to be a USB micro SD card reader. google.co.uk/search?qUSB+mic