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Stop 7 Removal of Ricoh R5CA475 cardbus PCI card causes Windows XP MCE to crash on boot. Stop 7. Replace card and Windows will boot normally. How do I get rid of this card from the critical boot list in Windows ?

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  • Oakfield15 Aug 05, 2008

    The Ricoh card was used with AverMedia TV PCMCIA card.

    Aver software and drivers removed.

    Windows auto detected and installed the drivers for the Ricoh

    originally. Device Manager used to uninstall it.

  • Oakfield15 Aug 05, 2008

    WIndows XP MCE autodetected the card which worked fine.

    I don't remember any driver CD being provided but will check.

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I know Ricoh hasn't been supporting these for some time now. Do you have a set of drivers for this device?

Posted on Aug 05, 2008

  • Tim Babcock
    Tim Babcock Aug 11, 2008

    Let me know. I might have some from Ricoh I can give you.





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