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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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