#1
How do I use them? I got the SD micro memory card for Christmas and the adapters, but I have no idea how to use it. Like if I plug the biggest SD adapter with the micro SD, the computer doesn't even recognize that there is anything there.

Is there a disk that I'm supposed to have?

Edit: I also have a USB phone charger/synching thing. But I don't know how to transfer that over either.

I'm just looking for a way to transfer my photos over.

Double Edit: Why isn't my computer reading my SD memory cards?
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Last edited by Weeping_Demon7 at Jan 14, 2009,
#2
I have an external USB 15 in 1 card reader - try eBay, probably cheap as chips.
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#3
1. Plug in phone w/ memory card in it to computer w/ syncer cable.
2. Drag and drop photos.
3. ???????
4. Profit!
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#4
Quote by Eddy372
1. Plug in phone w/ memory card in it to computer w/ syncer cable.
2. Drag and drop photos.
3. ???????
4. Profit!



Except nothing happens.....
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#6
Quote by mdawg24
I just bluetooth my stuff from my phone to my comp and vice-versa, you ought to try that.


Do most computers have a built in bluetooth reader/device?
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#7
So wait, why isn't my computer reading the SD memory card? How do I get it to read it?
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#9
Quote by The Pickle Man
Go to My Computer and find the external drive silly.

Already done that. Nothing is there.
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