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Your hardware profile has likely become confused. Assuming Windows, right click on my computer, and choose manage.
When the window opens up, look down the left side, and click on device manager. Look for any entries on the right side that have yellow exclamation points or red "x". right click on each one, and choose remove. Then restart your computer.
When windows starts again, it will find the hardware, and reload the drivers for it, there is already a copy of the driver stored in the (usually) windows\system32\driver directory.
When the hardware is working again, you will likely have to insert your CF card and format it since its data likely became corrupted when the driver failed.
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
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