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MITSUMI FA402M FLOPPY AND CARD READER

REMOVED UNIT TO GET CARD FROM WRONG SLOT!!!
PLUGGED BACK IN, FLOPPY WORKS CARD READER DOES NOT.
PC DOES NOT SEE DRIVE. USED TO SEE AS DRIVE G.

PLEASE HELP.

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  • Zoenna Aug 07, 2008

    I have the same issue. I my computer used to register the existence of my floppy drive/card reader. A few months ago I had to replace the hard drive, which necessitated a wipe of my computer. Now the mitsumi doesn't show up in the My Computer window or the device manager. I have no idea how to remedy this. Any input would be greatly appreciated.

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There are two cnnections required on the back of the card reader.
One is for the Floppy drive. It is flat and wide cable.
The other is a black cable with a smaller connector. This is a USB connector that needs to be plugged into your motherboard.

These USB connections are usually near the bottom right of the motherboard where you connect the power switch and LED lights. They usually have 9 pins. See this link and loko at the third picture so see what i'm talking about.
http://www.windowsdevcenter.com/pub/a/windows/2005/02/23/Build_Perfect_BudgetPC.html?page=3

If you don't have a USB connector on the motherboard.. you'll need to purchase an extension card or an adapter that will plug into a usb outlet on the front of back of your computer.

Best wishes...

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