Using the memory card reader
Digital cameras and other digital
imaging devices use memory cards to
store digital picture or media files. The
built-in memory card reader on the front
panel of your system allows you to read
from and write to different memory card
To use the memory card:
Insert the memory card into the
• A memory card is keyed
so that it fits in only one
direction. DO NOT force
a card into a slot to avoid
damaging the card.
• You can place media in
one or more of the card
slots and use each media
independently. Place only
one memory card in a slot
at one time.
Select a program from the
AutoPlay window to access your files.
• On Windows® 8.1, if AutoPlay is NOT enabled in your computer, hover your mouse pointer over
the lower left corner of Windows® desktop then right-click on the Start screen's thumbnail.
From the popup menu, click File Explorer, and then double-click the memory card icon to
access the data on it.
• Each card slot has its own drive icon which is displayed on the Computer screen.
When finished, right-click the memory card drive icon on the Computer screen, click Eject,
and then remove the card.
Hover your mouse pointer over the lower left corner of Windows® desktop then right-click on the
Start screen's thumbnail. From the popup menu, click File Explorer to open the Computer screen.
Never remove cards while or immediately after reading, copying, formatting, or deleting data on
the card or else data loss may occur.
To prevent data loss, use Safely Remove Hardware and Eject Media in the Windows®
notification area before removing the memory card.
K20DA / A20DA / F20DA
K31DA / A31DA / F31DA / K31DAG / A31DAG / F31DAG
Chapter 3: Using your computer