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By PURPLELEC | 18 December 2023 | 0 Comments

All-in-one card reader FAQ

  1. How to install the card reader driver?
  A separate card reader does not require additional drivers in the XP system.
  The card reader built into the notebook generally requires driver installation. For example, the FlashMedia driver. If there is a driver disk, run the installation program in the driver disk; if it is not a driver in setup mode, in the device manager, right-click the card reader device with an exclamation mark or question mark, upgrade the driver, and specify the driver path.
  2. Does the card reader driver have to be the same model as the computer?
  The card reader originally exists so that the computer can smoothly read and write different storage media, so it basically does not require a driver. If the card reader cannot be recognized when it is plugged into the computer, it may be a problem with the computer's USB interface. You can change the USB interface. Try it. If the front USB interface cannot be recognized, the power supply may be insufficient. You can try plugging it into the USB interface on the rear of the chassis.
  3. Why can’t the card reader read the memory card?
  Generally, the memory card and the card reader are in poor contact. The computer only recognizes the card reader and is not connected to the memory card. Check to see if the memory card is inserted. After the memory card is connected, the indicator light of the card reader will flash a few times. This happens to many card readers.
  4. It can be used on mobile phones, but cannot be read on computers. The card reader is good.
  When this happens, it must be that the memory card has a password set on the phone. You can only remove the password by entering the memory card menu of the phone.

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