ExpressCard Card Reader
User Manual
Ver. 1.00
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Features and Benefits
Compliant with Express/34 module specification
Compliant with USB Storage Class specification
Supports various card type
Read/Write directly – SD, SDHC, MMC, HS-MMC, MS, HS
MS, MS PRO and MS Rom cards
Read/Write through adapter – Mini SD, Micro SD, T-Flash, RS
MMC, MMC Micro, MMC Mobile, MS Duo, MS PRO Duo and
MS PRO Micro cards
No driver installation is required!
Hot-swapping features allow you to attach/detach without
powering down your system
Supports Windows® 2000/XP/Server 2003/Vista
System Requirements
ExpressCard-enabled system with an available ExpressCard slot
Windows® 2000/XP/Server 2003/Vista
Package Contents
1 x ExpressCard Card Reader
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1 x User’s Manual
Hardware Installation
General instructions for installing the ExpressCard Card Reader are
provided below.
Insert the ExpressCard Card Reader into the ExpressCard slot of
the computer. Push the card into the slot gently, yet firmly for a
solid connection.
Note: Some ExpressCard slot will click when the ExpressCard is
fully inserted into slot.
If your system is powered off when you plug in the ExpressCard,
turn it on and go the Driver Installation. Otherwise, go directly
to Driver Installation.
Driver Installation
Windows 2000, XP, Server 2003 and Vista automatically detect and
install the correct driver for the ExpressCard Card Reader. No driver
installation is needed.
Verify 2000/XP/Server 2003/Vista Installation
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Right click My Computer, click Manage, then click Device
Click on the + (plus sign) in front of Disk Drives, Generic
STORAGE DEVICE USB Device should be displayed.
Using the ExpressCard Card Reader
When inserting or removing memory cards, make sure that the
ExpressCard Card Reader does not move from side to side in the
ExpressCard slot, otherwise it may accidentally eject from the slot.
Inserting Memory Cards
For all memory cards, insert with the gold pins forward and facing
Removing Memory Cards
Memory cards can removed at any time.
Accessing Memory Cards
When the ExpressCard Card Reader is successfully installed, a
Removeable Disk icon will appear in My Computer. To access the
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Removing the ExpressCard Card Reader
Before ejecting the ExpressCard Card Reader from the ExpressCard
slot, first use the Safely Remove Hardware utility to stop it. Not
following the steps below could lead to system crashes, data corruption
or data loss. Follow the steps below for your version of Windows.
For Windows 2000
Click the Unplug or Eject Hardware icon located in the taskbar
by the system clock.
Click Stop USB Mass Storage Device …
At the Safe To Remove Hardware box, click OK.
For Windows XP/Server 2003/Vista
Click the Safely Remove Hardware icon located in the taskbar
by the system clock.
Click Safely remove USB Mass Storage Device …
When Safe to Remove Hardware box pops up, the ExpressCard
Card Reader can be ejected.
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