Will using a microSD card reader with STM32 produce logical errors? [closed]

I have a microSD card reader which needs $$\5\,\mathrm{V}\$$ to operate.
I am interfacing it with STM32 MCU operating at $$\3.3\,\mathrm{V}\$$.

Will it operate normally when I provide only $$\3.3\,\mathrm{V}\$$?

Presently, I do not have $$\5\,\mathrm{V}\$$ to supply to the card reader but only $$\3.3\,\mathrm{V}\$$.

• What does the datasheet say? – Hearth Aug 27 at 20:48
• microSD card adapters are typically passive devices which operate at whatever voltage is supplied by whatever system you plug them into. – brhans Aug 27 at 20:49
• please be clear in your question. or, you can draw a setup(post an image) to explain it better – Umar Aug 27 at 21:05
• Please clarify what you mean be "microSD card adapter" - is it one of these? hobbycomponents.com/adapters/… – Bruce Abbott Aug 27 at 21:25
• Still unanswerable without documentation of the exact circuitry on board. But you don't need that, it would be simpler to just use a passive breakout. – Chris Stratton Aug 28 at 1:03