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MMCPlus - MMC+ - 技術支援


  1. 有些系統並未支援更大容量的記憶卡 (例如:1GB 或 2GB)。 許多系統 (包含內建讀卡機的新型系統) 對記憶卡的支援,具有容量的上限。 您的記憶卡容量可能超過此上限,而且可能必須透過電腦製造商進行韌體升級。 請洽詢您的電腦製造商,以尋求硬體/軟體的修正。
  2. 如果您擁有已知能支援 2GB 記憶卡的數位相機或外接式讀卡機,試著將其中一種裝置連接到電腦上。 如果您可以透過外接式裝置成功檢視記憶卡,那麼問題可能存在於您的內建讀卡機。

FAQ: KFC-012611-GEN-02


是的,MMC Plus 解決方案能向下相容於標準 MMC 主機裝置。

FAQ: KFC-012611-MMC+-01


這是 FAT 檔案系統的限制所造成的。 要傳輸更多資料至此記憶卡中,您將需要移除目前在記憶卡上的資料,並在記憶卡上建立資料夾以將檔案複製到此處。 建立好之後,您應該就能傳輸更多資料至記憶卡中。 您也可以利用 FAT32 檔案系統將記憶卡重新格式化, 但請確定與記憶卡搭配使用的裝置,能支援此檔案系統。

FAQ: KFC-012611-GEN-03


Depending on what the device supports, you may be running into a incompatibility related issue. To confirm, you should refer to your device’s user manual for assistance. Please see below for more details.

Card Type - With various card types available, it's important to make sure you are using one that is supported by your device. For example, some card types include: SDHC, SDXC, and SDUC. Although some devices may support all three card types, older devices may only support one or two. Please check your devices user manual to confirm which card types it supports.

Card Capacity - Along with card types, there is also card capacity. With card capacities ranging from less than 2GB up to 128TB and above, it is important to confirm which capacities are supported by the device in question.

File System - The File System can also cause support related symptoms. With the various card capacities comes different File Systems, such as FAT, NTFS, and exFAT to name a few. Please check your devices user manual to confirm which File Systems are supported. If your card is utilizing an unsupported File System, you may be able to resolve by reformatting the card with a compatible File System.

FAQ: KFC-012711-GEN-04


Kingston 所散佈的快閃媒體,並沒有設置密碼保護。 此密碼是由第三方程式或手機所產生的。 如要恢復存取權限,請使用第三方軟體或是指定給手機的鎖定碼。

FAQ: KFC-012611-GEN-06



FAQ: KFC-011911-GEN-01


If you have data on your card that is important to you, we strongly recommend that you use one of the two possible ways for data recovery (see below). For more information on our warranty policy please visit

    1. Go to and do a search for data recovery and download one of the many data recovery utilities, which are fairly simple to use. We suggest trying one of the free versions as they work just as well as the paid versions. Please note: If the computer cannot see the drive in question, unfortunately the recovery software will not be able to see the drive and recovery will not be an option with recovery software. Therefore, if the drive is not recognized, please refer to option 2 below.
    2. Contact a company that specializes in data recovery services such as Driver Savers at and Ontrack at just to name a couple or you can do a search on Google for data recovery.

FAQ: KFC-012611-GEN-08


This is common for flash storage, whether internal SSD, Flash Card, or external USB storage, and is due in part to a variance in how flash memory vs spinning platter hard drive manufacturers calculate megabyte. Hard drive manufacturers calculate a megabyte (or 1,000x1,000 bytes) as 1,000KBs, whereas the binary calculation for flash-based storage is 1,024KBs.

Example: For a 1TB flash-based storage device, Windows will calculate it as having a capacity of 931.32GB. (1,000,000,000,000÷1,024÷1,024÷1,024=931.32GB).

Furthermore, Kingston reserves some of the listed capacity for formatting (e.g., File Allocation Table) and other functions such as firmware and/or controller-specific information, and thus some of the listed capacity is not available for data storage.

FAQ: KDT-010611-GEN-06


The Windows exFAT file system is supported natively on Windows 7 and above and macOS X 10.6.6 and above. 

FAQ: KGF-022811-GEN-02


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