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I have a Sabrent CRW-EXT USB card reader/writer. When connected to pc get message that driver was not installed correctly and windows does not recognize it. What to do to fix problem?

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Go to the Sabrent website and find an updated driver that matches the version of Windows you are running.

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This takes me back many years. !!!!

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