SDHC Memory Card on XP


Apr 5, 2009
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I've an SDHC memory card from Kingston, 8gb. Was wondering if I could get a SDHC card reader and plug it into my Windows XP computer (Damn old Acer model, prolly 2001 made or something). Would my old computer be able to read the card?

I Googled around, some people said SDHC does on work on XP. :/

Please help, need pictures quite badly.
 

fanatic75

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its e card reader that does e work, e usb is standard, just that reading might be slower since e usb port
is likely usb1.0. just make sure e card reader can accept/read SDHC
 

giantcanopy

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I've an SDHC memory card from Kingston, 8gb. Was wondering if I could get a SDHC card reader and plug it into my Windows XP computer (Damn old Acer model, prolly 2001 made or something). Would my old computer be able to read the card?

I Googled around, some people said SDHC does on work on XP. :/

Please help, need pictures quite badly.
Can work as long as the card reader recognizes SDHC cards. Some card readers will require u to insert into Win XP to be recognized first, then insert the medial ( SDHC ) cards into the "recognized" card reader in order for it to be read.

ryan
 

Alan Chan

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make sure you use the usb2.0 port for better speed. if your SDHC is a higher class, make sure the card reader can handle the speed, dun just buy the cheapest one which is slower.
 

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