Question about Computers & Internet
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Posted on Apr 12, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: card reader in aspire 5570z
OK guys, I fixed this problem....here is the link the driver for the aspire 5020 card reader works on the 5570z and works perfectly...please rate me enjoy..here the link..click on MS WINDOWS XP drives and click on Cardreader TI7421
Posted on Dec 10, 2007
SOURCE: acer aspire 4720
If i had known the manufacturer and the type of your card reader, i would have started with finding the drivers for the device. Is there any light on the device when plugged in the notebook.
But you better try this......................
Posted on Jan 16, 2008
SOURCE: SD card reader
1) There is SD card reader on pavilion dv 1000, so you need adapter in which you insert mini SD card to make it SD
2) If you have that adapter, check adapter. Maybe it's broken.
3) If your card is biger, like 2GB or higher you may try updatenig drivers (I read on one web page: " There was a software update for support of reading and using higher memory SD cards, for my pavilion ZV5000, on the HP Software update website." )
Posted on May 31, 2008
SOURCE: Dell e1505 SD card reader issue
You installed the driver for your card reader for the laptop. If its not recognizing any cards you put in there then that means the reader is bad and since that is integrated onto the motherboard, replacing the motherboard would be the only option in order to fix that problem.
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
No, there is a simple fix. However, it involves flashing the BIOS on the laptop.
Don't worry, there's not much chance of it going wrong as long as you follow their steps of flashing the BIOS (Incidentally, it's stored on most laptop hard drives).
The reader will accept a larger chip if the updated BIOS on the laptop manufacturer's website is written to do it. Contact the manufacturer via email first just to make sure.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
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