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My Vista PC stopped seeing my SD, CF, etc. drives. It still sees my blueray. All are built in. This happened before and I fixed it by downloading new drivers from MS, but I can't find the drivers now.

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I would try uninstalling the device(s) using Device Manager and immediately rebooting the PC. Upon reboot, Vista will detect the hardware and install all their drivers.
Good luck!

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