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If you have a built in card reader, it would listed as storage volumes in device manager, when you were in device manager, did you see any red x or exclamation point? If not, there is no driver issue.
Card reader is not smart card, so smart card service will stay as manual and never started because you don't have one
Don't try anything else unless you are willing to open the case to check for the connection. It sounds to me that your inside connection causing the issue. Best way you can do now is buying a cheap USB version 2 (4 card reader ports from any computer store, they are cheap), plug it in one of your USB available port on your machine, and then insert your CF card in to see if you can read them. If not, then move it to different USB port ( you should have more than 1 USB ports on your machine) to see if it works. I am sure it will work. I see this issue many times. Let me know if I can further help.
Posted on May 26, 2011
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