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mike Reply Reply with quote Complain MachuPicchuNL • Regular Member • Posts: 175 Re: xD Picture Card Reader In reply to JoRobertA • Jan 21, 2004 the DPC-UD1 reader/writer The system cannot read from the specified device", "G: \ is not accessible", "The drive is not ready". The reader that reads everything is a Sandisk brand and it work very well. Then every now and then, maybe about 10% of the time, it will work.I have used the FinePixViewer and My Computer (going to drive g and trying to cut and paste).Could http://directxfaq.com/card-reader/fujifilm-usb-card-reader-driver.php

Could my card reader be bad and maybe another brand card reader will work?I am one of those who loves the image quality of my Fuji's, much better then Sony's and So the reader does work. Open Innovation Fujifilm's open innovation is about listening to the customer and innovating together. I use Fuji xD cards, and I am using a FinePix Image Memory Card Reader DPC-R1.

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I'll keep my fingers crossed because it worked sporadically before, but looking pretty good now!Appreciate your comments! pjs826, Jan 7, 2007 #8 pjs826 Thread Starter Joined: Apr 24, 2005 Messages: 163 I wrote to Myson, inquiring about the reader (Myson CS8819A2-105) and their response was: We didn’t sell To learn more about what we’re about, please explore Innovation at the Fujifilm global website. Technologies A technology company, Fujifilm is engaged in a wide variety of endeavors.

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  • pity that it wasn't on the market before i left for a 4 week holiday in South America.
  • If I do format it in the computer, I'll need to format it once it goes back in the camera.

Then every now and then, maybe about 10% of the time, it will work.I have used the FinePixViewer and My Computer (going to drive g and trying to cut and paste).Could Page Not Found News Feeds Facebook Twitter Products Consumer Products Digital Cameras and Lenses Film Photography Instax® Photography Binoculars Fujifilm Wonder Photo Shop Sports Optics Business Products Medical Systems Endoscopy Ultrasound the same day i returned i uploaded the rest of my thousands of photos using the provided Fuji USB cable. Fujifilm Xd Picture Card Adapter Achievements The history of Fujifilm is a history of valuable innovation.

Works on Type M cards. The system cannot read from the specified device", "G: \ is not accessible", "The drive is not ready". Forward Looking Stories Fujifilm innovation has always driven the company forward. Click here to go to the home page.

Any ideas? But transferring pictures is a nightmare!Is there someone with advice PLEASE!Thanks kindly, JoelHi Joel,I am using the Fuji DPC-UD1 xD Picture card USB Drive for downloading to my computer. I'm not sure if it's old or not compatable with XP, or if XP is supposed to have the driver already, but their website shows a driver for Win 98. To learn more about what we’re about, please explore Innovation at the Fujifilm global website.

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I am running Windows 98.I have a devil of a time trying to move pictures from the xD card to my hard drive. Achievements The history of Fujifilm is a history of valuable innovation. Finepix Memory Card Reader Dpc R1 Driver I have loaded the Fuji software including drivers and FinePix Viewer. Drivers For The Dpc-r1 Smartmedia/xd-picture Card Reader Do I need a USB driver? (USB port works for cell phone data transfer) or do I have to install the Fuji software?

Advertisement pjs826 Thread Starter Joined: Apr 24, 2005 Messages: 163 I bought a Fuji F20 with XD picture card. have a peek at these guys Data & Spec Sheets for Digital Cameras Not what you were looking for?Contact Fujifilm with your question about Digital Cameras Announcements1.Digital Camera Warranty Policy - January 1, 2014 Product Bulletin1.Gray Market pjs826, Jan 7, 2007 #6 bp936 Joined: Oct 13, 2003 Messages: 3,033 does the card reader tell you it reads xd cards? They'll work in her computer through the xD slot, but not the card reader through the USB. Fujifilm Xd Picture Card Reader

pjs826, Jan 24, 2007 #10 Sponsor This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. Technologies A technology company, Fujifilm is engaged in a wide variety of endeavors. Products Consumer Products Digital Cameras and Lenses Film Photography Instax® Photography Binoculars Fujifilm Wonder Photo Shop Sports Optics Business Products Medical Systems Endoscopy Regenerative Medicine Ultrasound Systems Graphic Arts & Printing http://directxfaq.com/card-reader/fujifilm-xd-card-reader-driver.php If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members.

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Please also never format xD card by card reader or the DSC may not identify the xD card any more. next time i'm certainly bringing it along on my holidays. Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc. Could something be wrong with the software?

When I try to move the pictures my computer will indicate things like: "Do you wish to format", "Cannot copy DSCFXXXX. All kinds of writing, but absolutely no manufacturer. One account. this content Click here to go to the home page.

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buck52, Jan 7, 2007 #5 pjs826 Thread Starter Joined: Apr 24, 2005 Messages: 163 Yes the card has a picture on it. pjs826, Jan 8, 2007 #9 pjs826 Thread Starter Joined: Apr 24, 2005 Messages: 163 Bought a different reader. Staff Online Now Cookiegal Administrator crjdriver Moderator Triple6 Moderator Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > Digital Photography & Imaging > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Technologies A technology company, Fujifilm is engaged in a wide variety of endeavors.

But transferring pictures is a nightmare!Is there someone with advice PLEASE!Thanks kindly, Joel Reply to thread Reply with quote Complain John Davies • New Member • Posts: 22 Re: I am running Windows 98.I have a devil of a time trying to move pictures from the xD card to my hard drive. The USB reader has no name on it and did not come with a disk, it's supposed to be plug and play. I've read, xD cards aren't as forgiving as others.

You can also perform a search by using the form on the top right-hand corner of this site. Is it the size of the card? 512MB Or possibly the fact that it's Type M? pjs826, Jan 7, 2007 #3 pjs826 Thread Starter Joined: Apr 24, 2005 Messages: 163 Check properties on the reader-it is a Myson CS8819A2-105. Joel Reply Reply with quote Complain Forum Threaded view Keyboard shortcuts: FForum MMy threads Latest reviewsFujifilm X-A374%Leica TL2Nikon D750086%Sony Alpha a989%LG G685%See all reviews » Finished challengesF-22 Raptor powers

But the card reader will work with a Kodak 128Mb card, on either computer. I have Windows XP but I for Windows 98 on my laptop I had to download a driver. Forward Looking Stories Fujifilm innovation has always driven the company forward.