You shouldn’t need any software, ie: If I click on them when no card is present, I get a message to insert media in the drive. It’s in English first don’t let the link throw you off. So when found the drives listed I just right clicked saw assign drive and it worked. I’ve done a bunch of Googling and haven’t found anything definitive, but it did lead me to discover that there are other options than using the icon in the taskbar notification area. Information and links in this thread may no longer be available or relevant.
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I’ll be glad to help you: Click on the Start button and then choose Control Panel. Hmmm, my readers do not show up in windows explorer unless there is a card in it.
The “trick” is to make sure you don’t have card inserted when you boot into Windows. I read more about device manager, etc if you need more help, we can wwindows into that.
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When you reboot, and the computer then detects the USB wihdows, do all those hard drives and their partitions, if any, retain their previous drive letter designations, or is there a change in one or more of them? I appreciate your time and effort. Verify that the card reader has not been disabled in the BIOS settings.
PC is a custom build: So, I’d try leaving the reader plugged into the same USB port all the time. Message 5 of I bought mine in when they first came out. Then, see if you can plug in a card and it’s recognized and copy files from it.
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Hope a lot of people searching on internet find this reply so that it will help them get there card reader working again under Windows 7 because even there tech’s don’t have an answer. All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. Mine is reading all of the different drives, assigning each a letter even though only 1 has a winddows in it.
That seems surely to be the problem.
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Also note that Windows may treat a reader differently if a card is inserted at the time you boot. Now, I must be confused. I think she yelled at me, it was her camera card These entry level cameras should be easy to use, offer good image quality and easily connect with a smartphone for sharing.
IOW, plug in the reader, and reboot. Hi, Thank you for posting your issue on Microsoft Community Forums.
The quick fix when this issue does arise is to right-click on the unrecognized drive in the disk management console, and assign an unused drive letter manually, via the entry on the context menu that will appear. It’s in English first don’t let the link throw you off.
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Doing that, you certainly can then ‘eject’ pull out the card FROM the reader leaving the latter inserted as it is then ‘dead’ of course Message 9 of The best camera bargains of Information and links in this thread may no longer be available or relevant. This thread is locked. It’s a pain to have to reboot evert time I want to change cards.