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It's a common problem when you do a OS upgrade, Is that the only device in Device Manager that isn't working? Any Unknown Devices? You didn't supply the Model of Toshiba, or the original OS? Download and save the Card Reader driver for Win 7, Change the Compatibility of the driver and install.
Flash Drive or SD Cards? Flash Drive is where you put the mechanism into a USB Port. SD Cards are where you might take the card out of a camera and stick it into the SD Card Reader Slot on the computer.
Which one are you saying is not working? If its the SD Card Reader, go download and reinstall the driver again. Get onlineand got to www.google.com In the google search box type: "ToshibaSupport" (without the quotes and put your manufacturer name before Support). Look for downloads and drivers. Enter your model number and operatingsystem when requested. Download and install the Card Reader drivers.If all fails maybe your card reader has gone bad. You can always purchase one for under $10 that plugs into the USB Port. When the site below comes up just type: SD Card Reader in the white search box and hit GO. The link is below:
Make sure the drive for SD reader is installed. go to my computer and see if you can see the card if you cannot see the card - right click on my computer and and choose properties next chse hardware then device see if you can see the driver for the SD card (if there is a "!" on that device driver download the driver from the internet (sd card manufacturer)
If your laptop does not have a built-in memory card reader then purchase an USB multi memory card reader that can read a variety of memory cards such as SM/XD, SD/MMC and CF/Micro drives memory cards.
All you need to do is plug in the memory card into the card reader and then plug the card reader into the computer's USB port. The computer will see the memory card as an external memory device.
Normally you'd just be able to open My Computer, and plug the card in to the built in slot, and it would pop up as the next available drive letter. If the internal slot is missing or inoperative, you could buy a cheap MMC to USB adapter, plug the card into the adapter, and the adapter into a USB slot.
You need to install your camera's drivers from the disk that came with it.
Unplug your camera from the computer >> insert the camera's driver CD >> install drivers >> restart the computer >> connect your camera via USB >> a windows pop up will let you know that it has found a new device. If you don't see the pop up this means your USB port is malfunctioning and it's normally from a malfunctionnig motherboard.
If you want to connect it through your card reader I'm affraid you need to buy a new card reader that supports 2G SD card. your current card reader does not supports 2G cards.