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Computer won't read my camera memory card...

I'm getting a code 10 error,this device cannot start on my SD memory card. I have down loaded the latest video drivers to no avail. I've been trying to figure out how to assign IRQ to VGA, but I'm not having any luck.

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  • Anonymous Feb 24, 2009

    windows xp is the OS. SanDisk is the memory card. The computer will read the card when plugged into my cannon camera via a USB cable. I get (device cannot start . code 10) when looking at the device manager.

  • davisres1 Feb 26, 2009

    I goggled this and read that I should assign IRQ to VGA in the BIOS setup.

  • davisres1 Feb 26, 2009

    I read that I should assign the IRQ to the VGA in the BIOS setup, but was having trouble doing that. Is this wrong?

  • davisres1 Feb 28, 2009

    I tried your serial bus uninstallation, but that didn't work either. I get the same code 10 error. The memory card works perfectly in my other computers.

  • davisres1 Mar 02, 2009

    Nobody knows...... : (

  • davisres1 Apr 02, 2009

    someone told me, " maybe the memory reader isn't working because I installed service pack 3". If I uninstall it and go back to service pack 2 maybe it will work. What do you think?

  • davisres1 Apr 22, 2009

    I'm trying to compress and e-mail a short video, but I'm having trouble setting up an outlook express account. How do i know if my e-mail server is HTTP, POP3, or IMAP, and what the incoming mail server is???

  • bstewart806 May 11, 2010

    The video drivers are not the problem in this case. If your computer is booting and you have access to windows in a normal monitor the video drivers are working fine.

    What I am getting from the question is that the computer will not read the SD memory card when connected to the computer without the camera present. In the case that the camera is present and connected via a USB cable, you will need to uninstall your camera drivers and reinstall using latest drivers from manufacturers website.

    What model camera and SD card are you using? What OS (Windows XP, Vista, 2000)?




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However, if the USB device works in another computer system than the problem lies with the configuration of the computer where the device did not work

Follow the steps below to troubleshoot this scenario and make your USB device work

1) If you are using a USB cable with your device, check the cable to make sure it matches the speed of the device. Use USB 2.0 cables with USB 2.0 devices and USB 1.1 cables with USB 1.1 devices. Swap cables and check the device, if this does not work, proceed to Step 2.
2) Next, open Device Manager and look under the heading for USB Serial Bus Controllers. If there is a device with a yellow exclamation mark next to it such as USB Mass Storage Device. Double-click on the entry and check the Device Status. If the status shows something like
"This device cannot start. (Code 10)"
proceed to Step 3.
3) The easiest way to solve a USB error code 10 in Windows XP is to follow the steps below to remove and reinstall all USB controllers.
A. Click on Start
B. Right Click on My Computer, click on Properties
C.Click on the Hardware tab
D. Click the Device Manager button.
E. Expand Universal Serial Bus controllers section.
F. Right-click every device under the Universal Serial Bus controllers node, and then click Uninstall to remove them one at a time.
G. Restart the computer, and allow the computer to reinstall the USB controllers.
H. Plug in the removable USB storage device, and then test to make sure that the issue is resolved.



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Beep Code Explained


Thanks to Transcend Technical Support for this great Brief of understanding beep codes that is found here
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1.General POST (initial system boot) BEEP Codes
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Before declaring the motherboard beyond all hope, eliminate the possibility of interference by a malfunctioning add-in card. Remove all expansion cards except the video adapter.
?If the beep codes are generated even when all other expansion cards are absent, the motherboard has a serious problem. Consult your system manufacturer.
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• 3-4-_
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