09-07-2010 05:06 AM - edited 09-07-2010 05:07 AM
I recently purchased the ImageMate All in One as it is considered one of the premium card readers in the market. After plugging it into my Mac, I noticed that the Transfer Button Software is only applicable for Mac OS 10.3, 10.4 and 10.5. Most consumers who are using a macintosh would now be on the 10.6 OS for improved stability and security. Hence, it is considered to be absurd for a multi-national and high-tech company like SanDisk failed to provide an up to date software.
I sincerely hope any SanDisk employees who came across this thread could reflect my suggestions to the software team !
03-07-2011 07:42 AM - edited 03-07-2011 07:45 AM
I was able to locate the transfer button software by going to the link here:
I then selected "Readers" and "Macintosh OSX" which stated that there was nothing found, but then it comes back with a list:
* Button Application Download (Mac OS 10.3)
* Button Application Download (Mac OS 10.4 and above)
* Button Application Download (Windows)
* ImageMate Reader/Writer Driver (SDDR-89/SDDR-92/SDDR-99)
* ImageMate™ USB Reader/Writer Driver (SDDR-91/SDDR-93/SDDR-95/SDDR-97)
* MobileMate Reader/Writer SD and Memory Stick Driver (SDDR-103/SDDR-107)
I tried downloading and installing, but when I bring up the utility (SanDisk Transfer Button - it installs in utilities), it states that "No Device Attached." And, yes, I did reboot as the installer required.
Just for reference, I don't generally use the transfer button, but with the SDDR-189(-A20) model, I decided to try it.