Which port on my computer is for a memory card reader?


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2009-10-07 05:28:27
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Most memory card readers will connect to your computer via a USB connection.

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you will need a card reader to connect your memory card in a computer, card reader can be plug in a USB port.

Use a SD memory card reader. Insert SD card into the reader, which can be connected with your computer by USB port. Then, Copy.

No, memory card readers are typically plugged directly into a USB port.

Insert a memory card to the USB Reader device and plug the USB reader to the USB Port of a computer. Now your memory card is ready to use and you can send file to it.

No -- USB memory sticks attach directly to the computer via a USB port.

Remove memory card from camera, and insert into card reader. Plug card reader into vacant USB port. Open the memory card's folder. Drag & drop the images you want to the place on the computer you want them to go.

A media card reader is a 'port' either attached to or a part of a computer. It is where you insert memory cards from digital cameras for example. If buying a new PC, an important consideration maybe that the media card reader in the PC will work with whatever brand of memory card you have in your digital camera.

Without a port to attach the memory card to, you won't be able to.

NO, but you may purchase a USB Memory Card Reader to use with any computer.Search Term: usb memory card readerSee the Sources and related links below to visit the DELL User's Guide for the Dell Latitude D620.

Many modern printers will have a port just for an SD card reader, so they can be printed right from the card. If your printer does not have a card reader but only a USB port, try looking for a SD to USB adapter. Lastly, if none of that helps one might have to put the memory card in their computer and print them from there.

No. It either means your memory stick is broken (try in another computer). Your port/slot is broken (try another port/slot) or your computer has software issues (install the latest updates).

Chances are your camera has a memory card in it. Once you find out what type it is you can get a memory card reader and plug it in through the USB port. It will load the card like it would your hard drive. Then you can just copy the files you want to your computer.

Your camera may have come with a USB cable which will connect into a USB 2.0 port (where you'd put a memory stick) in your computer, and also have a port which can fit to your camera. If you don't have one visit your nearest camera shop and they may be able to provide you with a correctly-fitting one. If your photos are on a memory card you can use a card reader which also plugs into your computer similarly to the USB camera cable, if you don't already have a cable. And if you don't have a memory card, camera cable and your photos are on the camera's internal memory, try option 1 or buy a memory card and transfer the photos onto the card, then use a reader. !

The adapter goes into the USB SD card reader ... connect it into the USB port of your computer. If your computer has a built-in card reader, then that's what you use.

You need a memory card reader that can be connected to the USB port in your PC. Or, you can buy an SD to USP key (avaiable in many stores). This way you will be able to see the contents of the SD card in your PC. Some PCs, by the way have readers already installed. If you have a card reader in your PC, look for the slot that says SD, and put your card there.

The only memory cards that can do this are ones that have a usb port

you cAN buy a sd card reader adapter, it plugs right into your usb port,

All it needs is a correct USB port that the Memory reader can plug in to.

If you have a memory card reader (or a laptop with a card reader built into it) and a usb port you won't have to use the software. Just plug the card into the card reader (if you have a laptop than you can plug the card directly into the computer). Open the card and transfer the music you would like to hear to the music folder and your done. Its really that simple, no disks, no "verizon kit" and no 'SYNC'ing.

The simplest way if your camera contains a memory card is to buy a card reader. These cost a few pounds or dollars and simply plug into your USB port. If you have XP or Vista after plugging your memory card into a reader and plugging the reader into the USB port, a window pops up giving you options. Click on 'open window to view files' and open another window where you would like your picture to go. Then simply drag the picture across from your 'card' window into your destination window.

To connect an SD card to your PC, you will need a card slot on your computer. Or you can use a card reader which will have the appropriate slot which connects to the USB port on your computer.

Only the original PS3 models came with a memory card slot, newer models can be extended via the USB port with a PS3 compatable card reader module.

There are many ways to transfer your images from your camera to your computer; the easiest and most used way is to connect the camera directly to the computer using a USB cable. One end of the cable is connected to the camera and the other end is connected to your computer. Note: Be sure to read your camera's users manual for specific instructions on how to connect your camera to a computer. Here are the basic instructions: 1. Have your computer on and your camera turned off. Be sure your camera's battery is fully charged. 2. Plug one end of your USB cable into your camera and the other end into a USB port on your computer. 3. Turn on your camera. Your computer should automatically recognize your camera and start the image transfer. If it does not be sure to follow the instructions that came with your camera. 4. When finished copying the images, your computer may ask you if you want to delete the pictures off of your camera. You should not delete your images at this time … always use your camera's built in format tool found in your camera's menu. See users manual for specific instructions. 5. Turn off camera and disconnect. Or ... You can also use a Card Reader to transfer your files from your memory card to your computer. To use a card reader follow these instructions: 1. Make sure your camera is off and remove your camera's memory card. 2. Plug your memory card into your card reader. 3. Plug your card reader into an available USB port on your computer. 4. Your computer should automatically recognize the card reader and ask what further action you would like to perform. Copy your picture files from the memory card to your computer. (If using a Mac your memory card will show up on the desktop as a drive volume. You will need to open the drive volume, then select and copy the images to your Mac.) 5. When you are done copying your images to your computer remove the card reader. (If you are using a Mac you will need to "eject" the card reader before removing.) 6. Put your memory card back into your camera.

Yes they can be hooked up just as easy to any laptop computer with a USB port.

Either plug your camera into a USB/Firewire port on your computer using the supplied cable, or remove its memory card and use a memory card reader to access it. You can then either copy the files manually by navigating to the card in your native file browser and copying the files to another folder on your computer, or use software such as Picasa (http://picasa.google.com/ ) to organise the photos for you.

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