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Lionprowler

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My media card reader (8-1) is not working, and i do not know why.
I have a E-Machines T6410
I run Windows XP

Can you help me with this issue, do you know where I can download the driver or can you send it to me in a zip file?

THanks
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pip22

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Windows XP does not need an external driver for a media-card reader, it automatically detects it and Windows uses it's own built-in driver.

Have you tried unplugging it and plugging it back in with XP running?
Also, does that USB port work with something else plugged into it?
(just to check that the port is okay).

Or try the reader on another PC if possible. If it doesn't work on that one either, it could be the reader that's broken.
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it is an internal driver
and it comes up as an USB device is there anyway to not make it a USB device?
ANd i restored my system and it came back.
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