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pedro-pecker
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6 in 1 card reader

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Could someone please tell me if the 6 in 1 card readers will accept compact flash 1 & 2  the spec on most pcs I've looked at does not show it but I'm told it will??

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Pedro

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erico
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Are you sure you don't mean five-in-one instead of "6 in 1 card readers"?

 

Please identify your HP desktop PC. See my signature if you don't know how to identify it properly.

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Re: 6 in 1 card reader

Hi

It a g5128uk Im looking at & the spec on the hp site states 6 in 1 card reader!

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the card sthat are listed are as follows

  • Secure Digital (SD)
  • MultiMediaCard (MMC)
  • Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC)
  • MultiMediaCard Plus (MMC Plus)
  • xD media (xD)
  • Memory Stick (MS) and Memory Stick Pro (MS-Pro)

as you see no Compact Flash But I was told that it will accept compact flash?? Im confused Asd most HP pcs now seem to use the 6 in 1 instead of the 15 in 1 they wwere useing

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I have not been able to locate any decent FAQs related to this in the consumer resources.

My loaner dv7-4180ea has a single slot and all of the smaller format flash memory cards require an adapter. A CF card might not need one, but unfortunately I no longer have any CF cards to test in it. Old 144 pin memory modules I have, but no CompactFlash cards. :smileywink:

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Many thanks for your efforts!

The CF card is quite a bit larger than the others at about 43mm wide & 3mm thick compared to the SD at 24mm & about 2mm thick! so I don't think it will fit! unless anyone else can shed some light on this please??

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Pedro

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daveteach
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 I recently bought an HP PC computer with DVD/CD rom drive and one slot reader. How can I find out what slot reader I have and second is it compatible with any digital  cameras. or usb lsot only way interface camera with my pc.

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The computer is 110-023wb runing windows 8.

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most opf cameras are SD memory cards. should be bale to read it slot HP calls 6 in1 reader?

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