Satellite P200D - will not read the Memory Stick Pro duo adapter
My Satellite P200 will not read my Memory Stick Pro Duo adapter, both brand Sony.
I am running Vista Home Premium. SD cards are read OK.
The adapter works fine in my PC running XP Home premium. I tried two cards different pro duo. Help, please!
I think you should consult your user manual because this type of card is not supported:
+ Memory Stick Duo/PRO Duo and Memory Stick adapter are not compatible with the multiple digital media card slot. Do not insert the Memory Stick Duo/PRO Duo into the slot. Data lost or damaged if you use one card other than those supported. +
Do you have more questions? ;)
I really need help with how to remove my Memory Stick Pro DUO card slot.
The laptop read the stick very well and I can see all the files into it but I can't seem to get out. I tried to push a little to get out, but it does not work and it's also pretty far in so I can't get out.
Anyone have any ideas?
To my knowledge there is no extra help for Memory Stick Pro DUO removing as on the PCMCIA port.
You should try to get him out. If you n t manage to pull him out with you fingers, you can use a pair of tweezers.
But be careful.
I just received a P100-327
aShop http://UK.computers.Toshiba-Europe.com/cgi-bin/ToshibaCSG/JSP/productPage.do?service=UK&PRODUCT_ID=121991&Toshib = true)
According to this page, is supposed to have "1 x 5-in-1 Bridge Media slot (supports SD Card, Memory Stick®, Memory Stick Pro, MultiMedia Card, xD-Picture Card)", but the pdf manual that comes with it says that it supports not the Memory Stick Duo, Memory Stick Pro Duo or mini-SD.
However, I have a Memory Stick Pro, and a Memory Stick Pro Duo in a Memory Stick Pro adapter, and the reader can't read one of them (they both count as Memory Stick Pro, which should be readable, right?)
Would I be able to read my Memory Stick Pro cards? Why I can't because it says that I should be able to? Should I install something first?
To my knowledge and according to the manual of bridge housing media supports media type
-SD memory card
-MultiMediaCard, xD-Picture Card
-Memory Stick Pro
Please note that the Memory Stick and Memory Stick Pro are not the same in the Memory stick Duo and Memory Stick Pro Duo.
Don t mix.
I have a P100 and the model number is PSPA0U-1W0012 (this is what is printed at the bottom, it is a measure).
I just installed Windows XP with Service Pack 3 on it because it was full of junk. I used the original recovery CD to install the drivers and installed the SD card reader driver, but it does not yet recognize the cards I used generally (xD and SD). To install XP, I used one CD other than the one supplied with the computer (I didn't want to not all of these free software that come with the recovery CD)
I tried to look on the Toshiba online support, but I have found no information on the issue.
Please advice, thank you.
First of all, you must make sure that your card reader driver has been properly installed and that the card reader works without problem and it appears in Device Manager.
Second, you must make sure that the inserted cards are compatible and supported.
I think that the details could be found in the user manual.
By the way; I advise to always use the recovery disk because the operating system and drivers are always configured and everything should work fine.
If you don't need some installed applications then you could easily remove it from the system. You can also use a free tool like CCLeaer to clean the registry after that some programs have been uninstalled.
Can not read the Memory Stick * pro Duo * of my DSLR Sony to edit the photos
Y at - it an update, or maybe a solution via USB-adapter?
I put t have Memory Stick Pro Duo cards, but I looked in the user manual and the card reader supports SD/MS/MS Pro/MMC/cards xD and it looks like that the MS Duo Pro cards are not supported.
I think you need to use an external card reader. I bought a Kingston external card reader and it works fine.
I looked and saw a lot of similar posts from users with a similar problem. Unfortunately, most of the answers suggested by looking at the user manual and taking note that the phone does not support the Memory Stick PRO Duo. Technically, that's true. However, many Sony cameras come with an adapter that turns the PRO Duo stick a Memory Stick PRO. These include very well in Flash Media Bridge adapter. The manual also indicates that the drive supports this stick.
What's weird, is that Windows Vista recognizes the insertion of the memory stick, but he then told me that I need to format it before so I can use it. I don't remember what I used the term, but there was a time eventually (with an older driver and/or the installation of XP?) when I could operate using a tip of reboot or something. No, however, I get boor. The stick (and its adapter) work very well. I can read it using another USB adapter. (Connected to my dell monitor 24 "... so not exactly a portable solution)
My laptop is the Satellite R20 Tablet and my OS is Vista Business
Thanks in advance for your help.
Duo cards have been gradually were they not? I'm sure that the Duo do not support Toshiba laptops. The only solution is a USB adapter, preferably a compact.
Laptop computer most I want to set up my Memory Stick Pro DUO inside the laptop, but not this one, it can t happen so I tried to put the Memory Stick Pro DUO in one of these adapter Memory Stick DUO that accompany it, and although it does not connect, nothing happens...
What is c? Why can't t my laptop does not recognize it? Doesn't it support?
I don't know what you mean with most laptops, but it is logical that each laptop producer offers very precise specifications where you can read about the compatible memory cards that can be used with multi card reader.
Have you checked the user's guides document for your Satellite A200? I don't think so.
I think to buy a new digital camera from Sony, witch uses Memory Stick Duo Pro. I'm not used to Sony memory cards, so I don't know if my Satellite Pro M70-137 of the 5-in-1 built in card reader can be used with Memory Stick Duo Pro. On Toshibas Web site, it says Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, but nothing on Memory Stick Duo Pro.
Can we read/write Memory Stick Pro Duo with the build in the 5-in-1 card reader?
I found the info you can use Memory Stick Pro 256 MB to 1 GB on your device. I put t really know if you can use a Memory Stick Pro Duo. Check it please in the user manuals.
If this is not the case, there are solution called Memory stick duo adapter. The example that you can find on http://www.pc-memory-upgrade.co.uk/memory/memory-stick-duo.asp
I recently bought the HP dm4-2070us. works on multimedia port with the memory stick sony pro duo? The adapter not blocking or read the card? Thoughts?
It does not read the Memory Stick card family and the card on the portable reader supports only the following formats of digital maps-
- Secure Digital card
- Digital high capacity Secure memory card (standard and large size)
If you want to read a memory stick duo pro, just buy a USB that are available for very cheap memory card reader that would be would serve your purpose.
I know very little about periphirals, and as a result, I now have a memory Sony stick stuck in my SD / XD laptop slot. I tried to remove it manually, but I don't want to disassemble the laptop in case I damage it. Any ideas on what I could do? Thank you!!!
I assume that you have not used the adapter, when you insert the memory stick pro duo in the card reader?
Well, the only thing you could try is now use a pair of tweezers to get out of your laptop.
But be careful not to push further, not the card in the reader.
That's all I can tell you now.
If you are not sure if you dare continue, go and contact local ASP to prevent further damage.
Just open and inserted a 2 GB Sony Memory Stick PRO Duo to an older Cybershot and got the following error "this memory card cannot record or play" according to the compatibility table, it should work. I formatted the card in the camera and I tested it and he did record a video and photos. He can't keep the camera if it shows this error everytime we use it.
Thank you for your post and welcome to the forum.
If the compatibility table that you can use the Memory Stick Pro Duo, but you still have questions, get the camera to recognize it, so I would recommend that you perform a reset of the camera and if the problem persists contact product support Sony who may consider the question for you:
I finally got my DVD burner to work, but now the drive will not read the DVDs I burned, which, of course, defies the point of having a dvd burner in the first place... When I insert my dvd recently burned, "working" light lights and stays on. Same thing happens no matter how many times I take it out and put plug back in, restart my computer, etc... any ideas anyone?
Sometimes, CDs and burned DVD cannot be read with no closing sessions of engraving. You should check this option.
In addition, this burning program did you use?
I use Nero. Form is the program better combustion and I never had a problem.
What you need to do is to test several DVDs. not all media work on the disc.
How is my windows xp it will not read sdhc memory?
How my windows xp read the sdhc memory card?
See the following article:
(934428) hotfix for Windows XP that
Adds support for SDHC cards that have
a capacity of more than 4 GB
If the hotfix does not fix the problem... it is possible that your
media player is not compatible with the SDHC technology.
Best perhaps is to buy an external drive that is SDHC
compatible or download to the device using a USB cable.
USB port from a digital Multiport card will not read the external SSD drive. Right USB - c for the USB adapter works fine.
It's a new 12 '' MacBook
I have ned to help. My Satellite A100 will not charge the battery. He works the power adaptor for the led indicates charging status, battery shows 1% of loading tatus information, but none does change - no loading any time. When disconnected everything just stops off like normal desktop.
I've already put battery in and out, made upgrades to the antivir software, makes Toshiba controls, tests, but what ever he did did not any change. If there is no way for restoration of battery how to check what the problem is I have no second battery or AC I can always buy new batttery but I don't know if the old one is broken and weather new would work properly?
I agree with the user above. The battery can be charged only up to 500 times, and after that, it must be replaced. I think it's the case now, I mean that everything works correctly on the AC adapter so I think that the battery must be the reason for this.
By the way: you can buy a new battery to an authorized service provider. ;)
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