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Usb 2.0 to 23-in-1 card reader

A card reader model number sgro7 by san guan technology is not recognised by my computer ( running windows 98 se)

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Hi
This is not the card reader issue but 98se.
most of the devices are not compatile with this and u require driver
search the driver on the website and u will be able to get it resolved

Posted on Apr 21, 2008

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If you are using Windows 98 (SE) it isn't supported. Otherwise try the drive in other USB ports on the back of your computer. Install the latest Service Pack for your OS. Verify that the drive is not defective by trying it in a different computer.

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"SD and SDHC compliance
If your computer's internal card reader works with 2GB (or lower) SD cards but fails to read a 4GB (or higher) SDHC card, then the computer's internal reader is not SDHC compliant.

This same logic also applies to digital cameras, if the digital camera reads 2GB (or lower) SD cards but fails to read a 4GB (or higher) SDHC card, then the digital camera is not SDHC compliant.

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3. You can buy inexpensive SanDisk SDHC card readers that will connect to your computer's USB port."

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debra_s,

You'll have to explain what you want to do? If you want to download your images, you don't need a driver, just attach a Windows 98 compatible card reader to your USB port and download your pictures to your favorite photo manager. You should be able to attach your camera via USB, and if the USB drivers detect the camera's disk, then a new drive will appear your My Computer.

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