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samshltn
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SD card adapter sticks out

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Hi. 

 

I intend to keep a micro SD card permanently 'installed' in my Elitebook, as I have with previous laptops. However, the micro-to-standard SD card adapter I have sticks out by a few millimetres. Does anyone know where I can get one that will sit flush like the 'blank' one supplied does please?

 

Thanks, 

 

Sam. 

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banhien
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@samshltn wrote:

.... However, the micro-to-standard SD card adapter I have sticks out by a few millimetres.


@samshltn 

 

That is too long. My Elitebook does not have SD card reader, I have to use external care reader but I use SAME Samsung

 

              https://cplonline.com.au/storage/sd-card-micro-sd/samsung-mb-mc64ha-apc-micro-sdxc-64gb-evo-plus-w-a...

 

on other machine, it only has around 1mm out.  Have you tried full size SD cards ?

 

Regards.

BH
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Yes, it's too long. Standard SD cards are too long. They stick out. I'm wondering if there's a solution. 

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@samshltn 

 

Well, that is a physical size, I don't thing chopping it is a good idea but since it is an adapter you can chop it a bit and the micro card inside should be still work,

 

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