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It’s not happened on my Win7 but on the old XP system if I plugged in anything which it did not recognise I invariably got a screen telling me so and asking in effect if I wanted to let it search further, or indicate somewhere it could look.

Then, insert a card after it’s finished booting don’t put it in before you boot. Certainly on the Win7 laptop which I bought as stand-by replacement just a short while ago a Samsung gives me no similar problems with plug-in USB type drives. In the Administrative Tools window, double-click on the Computer Management.

First, thank you to everyone for your thoughts and suggestions. How satisfied are you with this reply? If not I’ll look and see what else can be found. The best camera bargains of The Card Reader will be listed as As I understand the card reader isn’t being detected, Correct me if I’m wrong but you have your card inserted and yet the drive isn’t detected on the folder named – Computer, right?


BTW, my drives work as expected like Lyle’s. I’m still not able to get the card reader to recognize an inserted card.

I can plug the card or a different one right back into the same slot of the reader. The Nikon Z6 may not offer the incredible resolution of its sibling, the Z7, but its imatemate resolution is more than enough for most people, and the money saved can buy a lot of glass.

USB cardreader not recognized on Windows 7 64-bit

Should we expect lower prices on Nvidia cards in the next few months? As the drive normally shows up only when the card is inserted into the slot, here’s wiindows list of articles you can use to resolve issues with the media card reader: These CF cards were formated in my D Is this item now useless to me? Let me know, how that pans out.

If I use “safely remove” in the sys-tray, I get the message that I can now safely remove the card, but sindows slots remain visible as lettered drives in Windows Explorer, along with the optical drives in the section for drives with removable storage.

Mahesh Kumar A Replied on March 24, So when found the drives listed I just right clicked saw assign drive and it worked. Message 2 of 2 3, Views Everyone’s Imahemate Click on the Start button and then choose Control Panel. It’s finally working with Windows Going back a restore point would place it back in Device manager and wndows it available for use again. My Acer with build in card readers 5 slots for a total of 11 card formats works fine and sees all my CF and SD and SDHC cards and neatly ejects them under win7 and also did so under Vista.


Hmmm, my readers do not show up in windows explorer unless there is a card in it. The quick fix when this issue does arise is to right-click on the unrecognized drive in the disk management ih, and assign an unused drive letter manually, via the entry on the context menu that will appear.

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The behaviour was the same whether the policies for the device were configured as “Quick Removal” which disables write caching or “Better Performance” which requires you to use “Safely Remove Hardware” to prevent corruption. Then, see if you can plug in a card and it’s recognized and copy files from it.

When Computer Management opens, click on Disk Management on the left side of the window, located under Storage. If the card reader is stuck with dust, it will lead bad contact between the card and the card reader.

I’m wondering if the device attribute bits are slightly different for some readers and this accounts for the differences in behaviour. By using this site, you accept the Terms of Use and Rules of Participation. Well good luck because this will work!!!