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Topic # 6753 21-Feb-2006 12:55
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Does anyone know where i can get an adapter for my mini sd card so it will fit in my memory card reader. The card came with my nokia 6265, but no adapter, very annoying

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  Reply # 28989 21-Feb-2006 13:24
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bradstewart: Does anyone know where i can get an adapter for my mini sd card so it will fit in my memory card reader. The card came with my nokia 6265, but no adapter, very annoying

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  Reply # 28991 21-Feb-2006 13:26
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and this says it does mini-sd, though I suspect an adapter is still required...




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  Reply # 28992 21-Feb-2006 13:29

buy another memory card from somewhere like flashcards.co.nz and get one with an adaptor



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  Reply # 28993 21-Feb-2006 13:35
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I was kind of hoping i could get one cheap. But i'll need a bigger memory card anyway as 64mb is not big enough. I cant figur out why they wouldnt include an adapter

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  Reply # 28994 21-Feb-2006 13:39
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This reader
appears to read miniSDs without requiring an adapter. It doesn't seem to be too expensive, but it probably is more worth your while to buy a bigger miniSD card that comes with an adapter.



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  Reply # 28995 21-Feb-2006 13:40
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Anyone want to swap a 512Mb kingston MMC for a decent size mini sd?

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