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chiabuns, I would first try to bend the pins back. They do not tolerate a lot of back and forth movement, so be careful. I am also not sure how.


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I have a Lexar USB Dual Slot Reader (SD and CF) that I have the problems resulting in bent pins is that many card readers have slots that.


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You should bring the phone to a repair shop. The entire assembly, SIM card reader and SD card reader, has to be replaced.


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I have a Lexar USB Dual Slot Reader (SD and CF) that I have the problems resulting in bent pins is that many card readers have slots that.


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So.. Not sure how, but one of the pins is bent. I've tried straightening it, and was somewhat successful, however the camera won't read the card.


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I have a Lexar USB Dual Slot Reader (SD and CF) that I have the problems resulting in bent pins is that many card readers have slots that.


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When I look down in the slot on the body, it looks as though one of the pins may be bent. Has anyone had this happen before? How did you fix.


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What experience have you about it? I have had two Kingston cards fair me right out of the original wrapper. Re: Card readers and the dreaded Bent Pin Syndrome This is the one problem I've found with CF cards - found out the hard way when I bent a pin in the camera I've learned to take a lot of care with this, and use a card reader with a deep socket. I have had 4 Canon bodies that use CF cards and haven't had a bent pin yet knock on wood. I was able to get the images off that card but, then retired it. Never had a bent pin. If a pin of a CF-card reader is bent, than that can be due to a bad CF-card, durt in a hole. Its an area that bridges photographic and computer technology. They were all relatively cheap. I think the key is to get a well-designed reader with a deep socket and be careful inserting the card. As for choosing the D3 bodies? George, I've been photographing since , but only just partially switched to Digital. If this is what is being sold, it could be counterfeit and that could be the reason for the bad review. Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Page last updated at AM.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} And since I really don't want or need many of the Space-aged features that many of the newer models seem to over-loaded with, the D3 gives me all I need. Is it enough exceptional to allow buying it anyway? I am a new-comer to Digital, having just gotten a couple of D3 bodies in the last month, and already I've got a card reader with bent pins that won't accept a card, despite my best efforts to straighten out the little buggers. Originally Posted by Tronhard. However, once the CF cards start working well, mine have been pretty indestructible. I have a Lexar USB 3. Probably you mean CF-cards. Results 1 to 18 of Thread: Card readers and the dreaded Bent Pin Syndrome. They're very rugged, full-frame, have more than enough mega-pixels for the type of photography I do candid street , and for what they cost today, are a true bargain. Tags for this Thread card , reader , bent , problem , readers. I must comment that many people lose their SD, CF cards and USB drives because they pull them out of the card reader on their computer without going through an eject process. The Lexar product is a 25 in 1 reader. Research has shown that this appears to be a problem known throughout the Universe, and that many photographers go through card readers like disposable diapers. Like anything else in photography, you get what you pay for. I've always liked the Nikon Pro bodies, and even now I'm keeping an F and an F2 for use with my Nikon rangefinders when I need a lens that's longer than the rangefinder The problem I had was that the external card reader I purchased to read the digital CF cards had such a shallow entrance for the cards, that I must have bent a few pins inside when inserting a card and despite my best efforts was unable to straighten them. A quality external USB reader from a reputable source is the only way to go, in my experience. Please and thanks. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Forum Rules. I would however have an issue with the product you are looking at as Lexar does not make 24 in 1 reader. In general, Lexar has a very good reputation when it comes to memory devices and they do work hard to maintain that reputation, so I would not have any concerns with their products. Re: Card readers and the dreaded Bent Pin Syndrome. I strongly suspect that one of the problems resulting in bent pins is that many card readers have slots that are too wide and allow cards to be shoved in at a sloppy angle. All times are GMT. Now it seems the problem is very well known Thanks for all the useful informations, including references for good steady card readers. But what card reader do you mean?. The old one still works like new. I have had a CF card go through a washing machine and it kept on working. Or perhaps they do and just want to charge for a replacement pin section in the camera because it makes them more money? They do not seem to have been built for frequent use and seem to fail quite regularly and can wreck an SD card in one go. The internal of the camera or an external? Re: Card readers and the dreaded Bent Pin Syndrome Also note that incorrect insertion can crack the plastic on a CF card giving read errors even though the pins are not bent and will work ok with other cards. Originally Posted by george A new-comer that starts with a couple of D3 bodies? I damaged my internal card reader in the camera. The other is the low quality of some card readers. I also don't use the built-in computer card readers. A whole dark art which in my experience even some good camera repairers don't seem to fully grasp. An alternative is to leave the card in the camera, and transfer from there. I plan to get a new, better-quality Card Reader tomorrow when I venture into the world of Post-Christmas shopping. By the way, don't use the built in card readers that come with laptops. Check that. Re: Card readers and the dreaded Bent Pin Syndrome I must comment that many people lose their SD, CF cards and USB drives because they pull them out of the card reader on their computer without going through an eject process. The bigger risk is bending a pin in the camera since that can be a substantial repair. I read about a card reader called Pixelflash USB 3. Last edited by Tronhard; 27th December at PM. That being said, it wasn't cheap. Did cost me about SD-cards don't have pin and holes. Thanks a lot for help to resolve the dilemma. Re: Card readers and the dreaded Bent Pin Syndrome Normally it makes more sense to create a new thread rather than adding to one that is almost a year old. I have kept the USB 2. Built like a tank and I have never experienced a bent pin issue with it. It got thrown out after one or two uses. I'm not sure if I understand you well. I have never had a CF card that worked from the start, fail me. Except for one card that was chewed up my a puppy. I have had a cheap card reader given to me by my daughter for Christmas one year that actually ended up corrupting the data on my card. I got three USB SD card readers I felt it was easier than to download from the camera and after a more or less short time they stopped to work, the computer did not even "see" them and I wondered why. Well, everybody has to start somewhere. Remember Me? It has a very good track record. I used the USB 2. Card readers and the dreaded Bent Pin Syndrome I am a new-comer to Digital, having just gotten a couple of D3 bodies in the last month, and already I've got a card reader with bent pins that won't accept a card, despite my best efforts to straighten out the little buggers.