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Securing External MultiCard Reader


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thenotch

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I have 4 computers that are public use computers that have external multicard readers attached to them. We've had a couple walk off before and I was wondering if anyone has a solution for securing them to the computer or desk or something so they will stay put?

I tried an internal reader but getting them to install in a Dell is like putting a square block in a round hole... so that is out...

Any thoughts?
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dsenette

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JB weld?...if you can remove something that's been glued to the pc with jb weld without breaking either device...then you deserve to keep it!...i would imagine that a less permanent method could be found as well...such as opening up the card reader...and drilling holes in the side..then maybe putting a U bolt through so that you could attach a chain and lock? or something of that nature....maybe you could hang the card reader from the collar of a trained pit bull?
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