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pcmcia sandisk connection windows xp

Posted on 2006-11-19
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I pluged in the pcmcia to ibm t23 leptop and the windows is recognize the card with the memory stick but
it is not possible to see it as driver and copy the pictures from the memory stick that is pluged in to the pcmcia card

what to do?
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Click START-->RUN--> type in -->diskmgmt.msc
In here does the usb stick show up and have a drive letter assigned to it?
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by:oferweisglass
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it was power problem

had to connect the usb cable to one of the computer's usb slots and now it is all working

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please open the qustion again

the card is still not working
this is memory stick pcmcia card
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ok
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