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I now get the usb sound when inserting or removing a card but the card drive is still not visible or accessable.
Sorry this didn’t help. Here is what they look like: If you do see a base system device listed, you can try manually installing the W8. I would just test it with a supported SD card and see if it works.
I have the same question 1.
Thanks for your help. If I uninstall them, they just reinstall themselves.
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Glad to have been of assistance. I believe the W8. Message 3 of Poge Created on May 29, This thread is locked. That’s a jmicfon one on me!
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This laptop is old but the drivers have survived changes from Vista right up to Win10 v I tried the 8. It did need the 8. I looked for any package I didn’t already have in my SwSetup folder.
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They can all be described differently in the device manager depending on the model card reader. HP does not offer any driver beyond Vista although it worked in Win Is there an updated driver somewhere? Under events it was started about the same time as the driver.
Just use the newest JMicron card reader driver from your notebook’s support page.
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Message 5 of Message 7 of How satisfied are you with this reply? If the jmicorn reader driver is not properly installed, you should see at least one instance of an item listed as a Base System Device. Message 10 of The good news is “Device Manager” has no error icons! There was only one: