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Imac Leopard drivers?

I have a card reader that will not appear on my Imac i contacted the reader company they say it uses generic drivers provided by Mac yet Mac refers me back to reader company any ideas?

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Hi,
the reader could be faulty if it,s not being recognised by the imac. unless it has an alternative On/Off power switch.
try plugging into a different port ( if there is One ) or see if it is recognised by a device manager.
Alternative is to go to Jasco products and see if an updated driver is on thier site.
Mike @ Compurepair.

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