Reviews and Problems with Kodak A250 50-in-1 Card Reader
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Just what I needed
6 days ago
Excerpt: This is what I needed to make my older camera still work. It has a big memory card and I have been having trouble transferring the photos because so many new computers and laptops do not have a memory card slot for my camera. I took family pictures over the holidays and then couldn't transfer them to my mother-in-laws computer. My son helped me find this Memory Card Reader and I could put them on the computer there so the family could see the pictures.
Excerpt: You may think that having a 50 to 1 Flash reader is overkill but with the number of Flash media types out there, this device will meet all of your needs. I too thought it might be overkill, but every day I find another use and another type of media for this device. Besides, for the money you cannot beat it! Also, you receive in the package an USB extension cord for ease of use. Basically, the sky is the limit with this Kodak 50 to 1 flash reader!
Excerpt: I bought this memory card reader because of the multiple slots. I wanted to use my MiniSD card. I plugged it into my computer, the little red light came on, but nothing happened. The computer never recognized it. I plugged it into many other computers from all brands, but most didn't recognize it. Some only recognized the USB but not the ports that it offers. In other words, useless as I don't just need another USB device but a reader.
Excerpt: I bought the reader for a specific job and when I used it for the first time, Iplaced a compact flash card in it and the card wasn't reading being read, so I looked inside the reader and I found that a pin was bent.The problem is that 2 gig of photographs was completely lost because I had to reformat my disk. I lost eight hours worth of my photographs for my church's directory.Needless to say I was not a happy camper!