- This Memory Card Reader is easy to plug and play
- Transfer your files to your PC quickly, easily and safely with this Memory Card Reader
- Add a compact external memory card reader to any computer with a USB port
- USB bus powered, no need external power
- Work with Micro SD/SD/TF card
- Convenient and flash data exchange data exchange for MP3, PDA, digital camera, mobile phone, data, etc
- No driver is need for Windows 98/ME/2000/XP/Vista/Mac OS 9.1/Linux2.4 or above
- The Memory Card Reader works by transferring your files from your electronic devices to the computer
- The design is sleek and sophisticated, which makes this USB Memory Card Reader perfect for the home or office
- Transfer your files to your PC quickly, easily and safely with this USB card reader
How to Use a USB Card Reader:
- Install the USB card reader. The easiest way to do this is by plugging the reader into your USB and letting the computer process and install the device on its own. If the computer does not recognize and install the card reader then manually install it by inserting the driver CD and following the step-by-step directions.
- Plug a media card into the card reader. Some card readers are universal and feature multiple slots that can read almost any type of card, but others cater to one specific type of card. Make sure you are using the correct card each time you use the USB card reader.
- Watch as a light flashes and the card reader reads the data. A window should automatically pop up with options, but if it does not you need to go to "My Computer." Once in "My Computer," look for the USB card reader. It should say something like "Removable Disc" or "Flash Drive." It will also be assigned a drive letter that could be anything like "E:" or "G:".
- Double-click on the drive once you have found the correct location. A new window should pop up, showing the contents of the media card. From here, you can open files, copy and paste files, or add more files to the media card.
- Right-click on the drive and select "Properties" to find out how much space is available on the media card. A pie graph will indicate the space taken up vs. the available space.
- Format the media by right-clicking on the drive in "My Computer" and selecting the "Format" option. Perform a "Quick Format" to erase everything on the card.