How do I insert card

I got a USB adapter with my Scandisk 64GB card. I cannot figure out how to insert the card into it …

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:smiley:   Hola, Lanny

Estimado Usuario
Por favor, no es un adaptador, tirar a la basura, es un fraude.

Afortunadamente, no pudo conectar la microSD (3,3 voltios), al puerto USB (5 voltios), con ese adaptador falso, porque se habría quemado.
Además, tenga en cuenta que la tarjeta microSD de 64 GB, “tiene el protocolo SDXC (Capacidad Extendida, de 64 GB a 2 TB), y sólo se reconocen, por medio de dispositivos que tengan su logotipo.

Hay dos maneras, de poner una memory-card en la laptop:
1- Por el “Puerto-card” de la Laptop, una tarjeta SD va directamente.
Pero, una microSD, necesita un “adaptador”, de factor de forma igual a la SD.
Este adaptador (dispositivo pasivo), expande los pines de la microSD, y es como una “SD hueca”, (sólo utlice marcas reconocidas: SanDisk, Samsung, Kingston, no genéricos, ojo).
2- Por el “Puerto-USB” de las PCs, y ahora necesitamos un “Lector de Tarjetas” (dispositivo activo), que, junto con la memory-card, se transforma en una Pendrive, (sólo utilice marcas reconocidas: SanDisk, Kingston, Encore, no genéricos, ojo).

Ver los link:

http://www.sandisk.com/products/memory-cards/readers/mobilemate-duo
http://forums.sandisk.com/t5/Mobile-memory-professional-cards/Micro-SD-Adapter-needed-to-unlock-write-protection-on-micro-SD/m-p/323920#M3218
http://forums.sandisk.com/t5/All-SanDisk-USB-Flash-Drives/how-do-I-read-an-extreme111-4gb/m-p/324448#M8959

Saludos, Alfred.
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:smiley:   Hi, Lanny

Dear User

Please, it’s not an adapter, throw on the junk, is fraud.

Fortunately, could not connect the microSD (3.3 volts), to USB port (5 volts), with that fake adapter , because i_t would have burned._
Also, note that the microSD of  64 GB, “have the SDXC protocol” (Extended Capacity, of 64 GB to 2 TB), and are only recognized, by devices having their logo.

There are two ways to put a memory-card in the laptop:

1- For the “Port-card” of the laptop, SD card goes directly.
But, microSD, requires an “adapter” of form factor equal the SD.

This adapter (passive device), expand the pins of the microSD, and is like a “hollow SD” (only use recognized brands: SanDisk, Samsung, Kingston, nongeneric, eye).

2- For the “Port-USB” PCs, and now we need a “Card Reader” (active device), which, along with card-memory becomes a Pendrive, (only use recognized brands: SanDisk, Kingston, Encore, nongeneric, eye).

See the link:

http://www.sandisk.com/products/memory-cards/readers/mobilemate-duo
http://forums.sandisk.com/t5/Mobile-memory-professional-cards/Micro-SD-Adapter-needed-to-unlock-write-protection-on-micro-SD/m-p/323920#M3218
http://forums.sandisk.com/t5/All-SanDisk-USB-Flash-Drives/how-do-I-read-an-extreme111-4gb/m-p/324448#M8959

 Regards, Alfred.                                                                        (Translated by Google)

Hogwash. It is provided with the card by ScanDIsk. I found the answer, anyway - you insert the card from the back, above the USB connectir.

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 :smiley:   Hola, Lanny

Aviso:
ATENCIÓN

[…es proporcionado por ScanDisk con la tarjeta…]

 

1- No existe Scandisk, es SanDisk.
2- Por lo tanto, la tarjeta, seguramente también es falsa, y puede causar un cortocicuito en el “puerto USB”.
3- Lo que usted, muestra en la foto, no existe en el sitio web oficial de SanDisk: http://www.sandisk.com/products/memory-cards/readers/
4- Compruebe, que en todos los adaptadores, lectores y “tarjeta de memoria” (al igual que en sus otros dispositivos) Sandisk, se ha grabado el logotipo y el número de serie.
Es decir, todos los datos necesarios para la identificación técnica, comercial y jurídica.

Saludos, Alfred.


:smiley:   Hi, Lanny

Notice:

ATTENTION

[…****It is provided with the card by ScanDIsk…]

1- Not exist Scandisk , is SanDisk.

2- Thus, the card, surely also is false, and can cause a cortocicuito in the “USB port”.

3- What you show in the photo, not exist in the official website of SanDisk :   http://www.sandisk.com/products/memory-cards/readers/

4 - Check, that in all adapters, readers and “memory card” (as well as its other devices) Sandisk , is have engraved logo and the serial.
Ie, all the data necessary for technical, commercial and legal identification.

Regards, Alfred.                                                                     (Translated by Google)

:smiley:   Hola, Lanny

 

Aviso:

ATENCIÓN

 

[…es proporcionado por ScanDisk con la tarjeta…]

 

1- No existe Scandisk, es SanDisk.

2- Por lo tanto, la tarjeta, seguramente también es falsa, y puede causar un cortocircuito en el “puerto USB”.

3- Lo que usted muestra en la foto, no existe en el sitio web oficial de SanDisk:  http://www.sandisk.com/products/memory-cards/readers/

4- Compruebe, que en todos los adaptadores, lectores y “tarjeta de memoria” (al igual que en sus otros dispositivos) Sandisk, se ha grabado el logotipo y el número de serie.

Es decir, todos los datos necesarios para la identificación técnica, comercial y jurídica.

 

Saludos, Alfred.

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:smiley:    Hi, Lanny

 

Notice:

 

ATTENTION

 

[…_ It is provided with the card _ by ScanDIsk…]

 

1- Not exist Scandisk, is SanDisk.

 

2- Thus, the card, surely also is false, and can cause electrical short in the “USB port”.

 

3- What you show in the photo, _ not exist in the official website of SanDisk :_  http://www.sandisk.com/products/memory-cards/readers/

 

4- Check, that in all adapters, readers and “memory card” (as well as its other devices) Sandisk , is have engraved logo and the serial.

Ie, _ all the data necessary for technical, commercial and legal identification. _

_   _

Regards, Alfred.                                                                            (Translated by Google)