I have the d-card Reader/Writer Software and am trying to install the comes up with "Setup could not find either Customizing or Customizing Pro, which are required to install the d-card reader/writer programs." I have already installed my 3D, added updates and the HASP driver. This is mine and I have never had any problems installing before.
Re: Husqvarna 3D and d-card reader/writer software.
Ok I just magically fixed my d-card reader, maybe this will work for everyone else as well: It seems really simple, but I unplugged the d-card reader from the USB port, and plugged it back in. A window popped up saying "New hardware found" and asked if I wanted to install the new hardware. With the install disc in the drive, I clicked ok for it to install and it just did it and it works now. I didn't open the install program on the cd (at which point before it told me I didn't have the right customizing software and it couldn't be installed), I just did it this way instead. It was quick and easy... give it a try and good luck!
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Your reader/writer is set up for use on 2 USB ports (hence the 9 pin connector), one port for the reader and one for the externak USB port. This has nothing to do with the port version. The long and short of it is you need a card with a matching internal header. NEVER break off a pin! Some of these headers have reversed connectons so you probably broke of one of the data pins and runed that header's ability. Typically the readers like you have come with several cables, so that they can match the headers you have available. Older motherboards and add on USB cards did not use standardized header configurations aas you seem to have found out. Your best bet at this point is contact the manufacturer of the reader and find out what brand of add on USB cards they recommend and go with that. AND AGAIN NEVER REMOVE ANY PINS FROM A HEADER !!!
yours is a dvd reader and writer.....(i.e)it can read both cd and dvd and write both......now due to some problems dvd reader has been failed.....now you have to give that repair.....mostly it can be repairable......otherwisw if you warranty you give that and take new one from where you have buyed it......otherwise you have to buy a new one.....no other solution for this.... i am software engineer...and i have experience.....try this.....it will work 100%.....
hello melo21,this is nichu,
can you tell me the manufacturer name
of your DVD writer or reader. some times this problem persists if the discs u ae installing are not of good quality or else the lens of your DVD writer or reader might be a bit older resulting in poor reading capability of your DVD writer or reader .
alwas avoid inserting scratched discs which results a longlasting duration for your DVD writer or reader. take care