I recently received a new CAC card with new digital certificates. It now can no longer be read by my Litronic 215 and NetSign software.
The card reader recognizes the card but then gives the following message:
The card is being shared by another process. However, the card is not the one being requested, and cannot be used for the current operation.
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If it's not working, you didn't by chance purchase a brand new 4GB or larger SDHC card? Note that such a card will not work with your camera, as SDHC format came out after it was designed. You can only use 2GB or less standard SD cards. Fortunately, these are very inexpensive these days, and may be purchased on Amazon if your local store no longer carries them.
Sorry to tell you, but your older camera will not work with 4GB or higher SDHC cards. Your camera was designed before SDHC format came out. You'll need to use 2GB or less standard SD cards. These are relatively inexpensive these days, and are easily found on Amazon, just in case your local store no longer carries them. For others reading, there are several other possible causes for memory card problems, with troubleshooting steps that may be viewed here.
The CC543A is the approved CAC reader from HP. That is what we are using on these devices throughout our organization. The reason some CAC readers do not work is because the STIGS on the device from HP require that the device software for the readers also be used. The readers are about $300 each.
There is quite probably some connection error between the memory card and the camera's memory card bay. Take a clean anti-static fabric (like the one we use to clean eye-glasses) and wipe the contacts of the memory card and those of the camera's memory card bay/slot (if you can reach them somehow).
Have you tried another card? If another memory card works, then it's obviously a problem of the specific card.