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sgr1970

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:) ,plz help!!!!!!,when i bought my ei systems laptop,it had an sd card reader icon in my computer,when you plugged memory card into the slot built into the laptop,a card appeared inside the icon,when card ejected or safely removed the card inside the icon disappeared leaving the icon still there,now ive only got the whole icon there when card in,sometimes the card doesnt read until computer restarted with the card in.and when the card is ejected the lot disappears why? ,plz some one :)

Edited by sgr1970, 22 October 2008 - 12:01 PM.

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I am going to try to clear this up a little bit.

Are you meaning that the icon that is currently there changes to the USB drive picture when you insert it into the USB drive?

I know from my knowledge that the drive hangs (Or picture) when you just take it out with out ejecting it incorrectly. The picture stays there from time to time, I know mine does, but that is just me.

Make certain that your version of Windows is up to date by visiting Windows Update. There have been updates to the USB support in almost every version of Windows, especially the 9x and Me versions. Also, make certain that your USB hardware drivers are up to date. The drivers are the hardware-specific interface between Windows and the USB ports. Getting updates to these drivers will depend on the manufacturer of your computer, or the manufacturer of your USB port add-in if the USB ports are on an expansion

Edited by Xzk, 22 October 2008 - 12:21 PM.

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