Lexar® Professional ExpressCard™ CompactFlash® Reader
Mac® systems: To help ensure the reader functions properly with your MacBook® computer, we recommend that you install the driver before use. If you have not installed the driver and are experiencing technical problems with the reader, it may resolve them if you install the driver.
Windows® based systems: We recommend installing the driver when using a 32GB or higher capacity CompactFlash® card.
Scroll down the page and select the appropriate operating system for your computer and follow the instructions to
download the driver to your laptop computer. Once you have downloaded the driver, open the file and follow the driver installation instructions.
First, check that the reader is fully connected in the ExpressCard slot of your laptop. Please make sure to install the driver—visit www.lexar.com/drivers/ to download and install. If the reader still isn’t detected after installing the driver, please click on the “chat live” link at http://www.lexar.com/support/ or call the Lexar technical support hotline for further assistance.
Allow your system to reboot and make sure to insert the reader into the system with CompactFlash card already inside the reader. If you have not installed the driver, please visit www.lexar.com/drivers to download and install.
To view photos, please transfer and save all images from your CompactFlash card to the computer first before viewing images. Do NOT view images directly from the card if you are using a MacBook Pro computer with 4GB of DRAM and above. It will cause the system to stall.
It supports both 54mm and 34mm ExpressCard slots.
Yes, the reader supports the Windows 7 operating system.
Yes, the reader is compatible with MacBook Pro systems running Mac OS v10.4 and later. Please remember to install the driver.
The Professional ExpressCard Reader is currently in the process of being certified by the PCMCIA Association. The reader works with both 34mm and 54mm ExpressCard slots.