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Driver for and ''Optical Card Reader Mouse for MS+SD''

I need a driver for an ''Optical Card Reader Mouse for MS+SD''. I am using windows mce (XP) with service pack 2. I keep getting the exclaimation mark beside my usb device saying that it is missing the driver ''USB MS/SD Card Readdr.'' (Please that is a direct quote). I have searched for the last week and found nothing that compares. I've downloaded over 20 other ''usb'' drivers that say they will work to no avail. Before I go nuts and loose any more hair, is there anybody out there that can help me before I go off the deep end?
You can contact me at musicalspirit@hotmail.com

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The only thing i can tell you is to go to the manufacturer website and download the drivers from there.

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