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I just bought a digitl card reader 21 in one usb 2.0 and cannot install it on my PC. I put the card in and plugged it into my computer and nothing happened except the red light came on the multi-slot unit

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I hope there is no usb drivers in ur system......just check it out...if its there then first connect ur reader to ur system....then again remove it out again with card in it...because all digital card readers are plug and play supported only.........

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