Additional information: I have for my notebook perform like a PCMCI Adapter for Comp.Flash and IBM Microdrive and bought a 1GB CompactFlash memory card to "take MS."
Unfortunately I can not insert the CompactFlash memory card into the PCMCIA framework.
The card can only be about an inch into the adapter, then insert a resistance to be felt. I am here doing something wrong or do you with more effort trying to insert the card.
The question I have asked the vendor, the answer was:
You've checked your slot card?
With this answer I can start as a PC Beginners nothing.
Who can help me with detailed and understandable information for beginners?
Many thanks in advance
Antwort von Gustav:
Have you tried the card synonymous in this "state" (that is not fully inserted to read) to? Even with external card readers, the card is often inserted in part, that's enough, it does not have to disappear completely as in a camera. At most of the last half-millimeter offers slightly higher resistance because of the contacts during insertion.
Antwort von ApplePB:
Some card readers is somewhat synonymous pressure needed!
Test times, but not <Straight definitely something that you destroy! :)
PS: check cards just to say, at least I'll take it, that you do not try such a CF card in an SD card slot to plug. As always, the company assumes that the customer is "stupid".