Thanks a lot for your investigation and dedication! Tracking lags behind the D, mirrorless competition. I’m pretty sruprised that something as simple as plugging in a card reader is a “known issue” with Macs when it works so easily in Windows. Canon Ixus I’ve just finished uploading the images to iPhoto using the card reader in question and new flash card. This is my first Mac and frankly I’m pretty surprised that plugging in a card reader, which I take for granted in Windows, is causing problems in OS-X. Enter the e-mail address of the recipient Add your own personal message: They usually operate on a ‘no questions asked policy’ and as long as you don’t massacre the packaging and have the receipt, they will reimburse your money.
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I’ve noted your combo update, and I will keep that in mind if I stumple into formatting issues again.
With the Sandisk and no-name, neither is ever recognised. I get the feeling it’s ‘just’ the ‘dispaly the icon on desktop’ bit that somehow is not present Nikon’s Coolpix P has moved the zoom needle from ‘absurd’ to ‘ludicrous,’ with an equivalent focal length of mm.
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It didn’t make any difference. May 19, 2: I take it you are aware that the reader won’t actually mount until the card is inserted?
They usually operate on sandisi ‘no questions asked policy’ and as long as you don’t massacre the packaging and have the receipt, they will reimburse your money. Tracking lags behind the D, mirrorless competition. Ok, just tried this myself with a cheap ‘Gigatech’ reader.
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May 31, If you’re interested in stills and video, though, it’s knockout. I’ve missed the obvious before Second – have you tried rerinserting the reader?
I purchased sandis few to see which worked with my Macs and returned the rest to one of those big office joints. What sort of card is it, by the way? My website – http: All forums Mac Talk Change forum.
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Thanks for all these responses. Reply Helpful Thread reply – more options Link to this Post. I’ll see what else I can sandiwk out. I’m pretty sruprised that something as simple as plugging in a card reader is a “known issue” with Macs when it works so easily in Windows. ImageMate and SecureMate are an external flash card reader that connects to your computer.
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When I was running OS X Both USB ports on my Macbook are definitely working, by the way. Readers are cheap and an easy fix if it works.
But thanks anyway for the responses. May 20, 4: This is my first Mac and imavemate I’m pretty surprised that plugging in a card reader, which I take for granted in Windows, is causing problems in OS-X.
While it’s great for lunar and still wildlife photography, we found that it’s not suited for much else.
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