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I am having trouble with your card reader/ writer.I have a windows 98se based system which your # cr-70r v506 is compatible with,I downloaded the driver but the system still does not recognize it. Both USB ports have power. The green light comes on, But when I plug in an sd card the red light comes on and it won't read anything. The system did'nt assign it a drive letter or anything. What am I Doing wrong? can it be loaded right to the c:drive instead of to a floppy, or would that make any difference. Any help would be appreciated, thank's.

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  • davism123 Feb 16, 2008

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    thank's for the advice I'll try that and see if it help's. I tried it a different way, I plugged it in to the usb port on my printer and the card reader work's sometimes but then sometimes the card slot on the printer will flash a green light and the hp photo copy window will come up on my display, I can close the window but as long as the card reader is plugged into the usb printer port the hp photo copy\save\veiw window will come right back up on the monitor, what's up with that? This way it at least assign's a drive letter to it in the control panel. I can click on the drive and it will open the card to show the content's,but something is still not quite right ? I'll just keep trying different thing's until I get to go, anymore thought's or suggestion's would be welcomed, thank's.

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Dear davism123,

First thing u have to know that why it is not working. Windows98se does'nt support usb v2.0. by default it recognize 1.0 so u have to install usb v2.0 driver if u have latest version then u have to check the usb cable that u r connecting to u r Card Reader ir u have another usb device then connet that usb device with that same usb cable if it's work then u r problem get solved it means the problem with u r usb cable change the cable. one more thing if u r connecting same cable and same card reader then pls do one thing change the mamory card that u r using may be that mamory card have some problem.

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