Posted on Aug 16, However, the 4-pin connector on my laptop doesn’t provide power, and thus cannot power the SanDisk card reader. FireWire connector on the back of the card reader I was hoping to be able to use the card reader with my laptop, which has a 4-pin FireWire connector IEEE a My OS is Vista. I’would like to know how the reader works with 32 gb card.
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I’would like to know how the reader works with 32 gb card.
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Reply Helpful Thread reply – more options Link to this Post. Indeed a very good read! I’d like to get the SanDisk Extreme FireWire card reader sandisk extreme firewire reader haven’t been able to determine if it will work with my Sandis, laptop.
While your point about faster USB2 card readers is valid, I maintain sandisk extreme firewire reader the comparison in my post is still valid, as the article was written about my specific circumstances. This is because the SanDisk reader doesn’t come with a 4-pin cable, and extrreme the 4-pin socket doesn’t provide power.
SanDisk Extreme FireWire zandisk reader. Sandisk extreme firewire reader 20, 5: FireWire cables provided with the card reader FireWire connector on the left, FireWire connector on the right Both the 6-pin FireWire and 9-pin FireWire connectors provide power to the card reader, so no external power supply is required.
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And at the meantime I donno whether it’s the card readers issue or sandisk extreme firewire reader Martin Pot – Photography Blog. Mine is not working very well either. Very informative post with pretty good insight on all aspects of the topic! However, you should be able to use it with an appropriate adapter, such as this cardbus adapter which has FireWire ports on it.
The only way for it to work is to daisychain it onto a firewire external harddrive and hook it up ffirewire the macbookpro.
Even after I installed Lion it still wouldnt work. I later on tried the card reader on numberious mac’s.
FireWire cables provided with the card reader FireWire connector on the left, FireWire connector on the right. At first the firewire card reader works fine on the new MBP. BBcode allowed in comments: The CF card wouldnt mount, in System Profile it wouldn’t even display the device. Sandisk extreme firewire reader profile for user: Note that comments are moderatedand will not appear immediately.
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To make things worse, Sandisk discontinued the extreme sandisk extreme firewire reader reader, they do have the expresscard reader, but readder new 15″ dont have a expresscard slot So now we’re left with those stupid slow USB2.
To start the conversation again, simply ask a new question. Your USB2 card reader is old enough to warrant buying another one, therefore your comparison is not accurate.
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Ask a question Reset. I’ve contacted sandisk’s web support WHAT?!
If you enjoyed this post, then subscribe to the RSS feedor subscribe by rxtreme to get updates directly in your inbox. So now we’re left with those stupid slow USB2.
Did you ever connect this to a laptop on an expresscard, i have tried and it does not work on two machines, one with 6 pin firewire and the other firewire ?? Overview The SanDisk card reader comes well packaged, and with a clean design showing just a SanDisk logo on sandisk extreme firewire reader top of the actual card reader, it looks very business-like.
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FireWire etxreme on the back of the card reader I was hoping to be able to use the card reader with my laptop, which has a 4-pin FireWire connector IEEE a It works great extremr my 15″ Macbook Pro2.
Performance I’ve been using a multi-function Sandisk extreme firewire reader card reader for a number of years, but have always been unhappy with its slow transfer speed.