How to figure out max SD card size for a particular laptop?

Discussion in 'Storage' started by dan9888, Oct 16, 2013.

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    dan9888

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    Hi all,
    Im a newbie .
    How does one go about figuring this out? I'm completely bamboozled by the different varieties of cards SD/HC/HX/micro/mini etc etc
    And I have a Lenovo U450, the spec only states:
    4-in-1 card reader (MS, MS Pro, MMC, SD)

    I need to max out the SD card slot, does anyone have a clue on how much I can add ? Ideally I'd like 64GB .
    Cheers,
    Dan
     
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    goldie

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    sorry hit the wrong button.
    you shouldn't have any trouble with a 64 gig sd.
    basically it acts just like a usb hardrive faster the better.
    the other three mentioned are less common these days as most cameras use sd
    cards as they are faster and offer more storage.
    I have an old 8 gig mmc card which is used just for picture backups.
     
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    Hi Guys.

    Ive an old Acer Aspire One ZG5 lacking its drive to mainboard 8GB SSD connector cable. Ive had no luck trying to get hold of one so far and would appreciate any suggestions other than the nearest wheely bin etc.
     
    Janleex0, Jan 29, 2014
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    RaphealS

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    Its probably in the manual. If you cant find it just get a digital version by looking up the model in Google.
     
    RaphealS, Feb 17, 2014
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    gadgetised

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    I agree, check the manual. If not do a quick Google search and you might find it.
     
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