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 Where does an internal card reader plug into?

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How to Install an Internal Memory Card Reader?

An internal memory card reader is a device used to read memory cards directly from your computer. It allows you to insert almost any type of memory card right into the computer and open the files i... Read More »
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How do you download apps to your sd card if you have an android phone running v 2.1 and your internal memory is full but you have tons of space on your sd card?

If I understood you correctly, downloading apps to sdcard is by default on android phones that have sdcard... Did I get you right?
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Is the Aluratek multiformat media-card reader compatible with the SmartMedia card?

The Aluratek USB 2.0 Multi-Media Card Reader, product name AUCR204, along with the Aluratek Combo USB 2.0 Hub / Card Reader, product name AUHR300, can both read SmartMedia cards. The other Aluratek... Read More »
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Can I remove a flash card from a media card reader in Vista without stopping?

While you can remove a flash card from a card reader without following Windows Vista's "safely remove hardware" procedure, failure to eject a memory card properly may corrupt the data it contains.R... Read More »
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