||What can I do if my memory card is not recognized by the DSC, PDA, or Card Reader?
There are many possible reasons for this situation:
1. The DSC is suddenly turned off when data is being read or written.
2. The memory card is suddenly taken out when the DSC is reading or writing data.
3. Photos are taken when the battery low.
4. The memory card is passed through an X ray.
5. The memory is close to a magnetic device.
6. The memory card is suddenly taken out when the card reader is reading or writing data onto the card.
Generally , if users do not use the memory properly, problems might come up. If a problem occurs without any of these improper usage reasons, please issue a “Format” command on a PC by card reader. If the drive can't be “Format” please contact RITDATA service department for help.
||Is the SD card slot the same as the MMC card slot?
Yes, the dimension of SD card is similar to MMC card; therefore, the slots of both cards are also the same
||Where can I find information about the reading and writing speed of memory cards?
Please refer to the detailed description of each memory card.
||How can I get the information onto the memory card if I am using a Notebook?
Generally speaking, users can use an additional card reader or a PCMCIA Adapter for reading information in the memory cards.
||How much memory capacity is recommended?
It depends on the desired quality of the data or the conditions that the card is used for. For example, a 128MB memory card is able to have 85 high-quality photos (2048X1536pixels), which is quite enough for most users. However, when the memory card is used during a trip, 512MB or higher may be needed. Therefore, users can choose the card according to their needs.
||What is the difference between a CF card and a Micro Drive?
Micro Drive is a memory card with built-in mini hard disk whereas CF card is a memory card with built-in Flash memory. Since the dimensions of the CF card and the Micro Drive are the same, both cards can be used on similar devices.
||What is the difference between TSOP and WSOP packing?
TSOP and WSOP are two different types of packing of IC. TSOP is the most popular one, and 90% of ICs use this type of packing in the market whereas WSOP is a later technology than TSOP. However, IC is thinner and smaller with WSOP packing. The dimensions of IC are12mm x 17mm x 0.7mm by WSOP packing, which is 42% of usual ICs. So far, WSOP is treated as the main packing method in the near future.
||Are memory cards used only on DSCs or DV players?
No. Memory cards can not only be used on DSC or DV players, but also on many other digital devices.