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  • Larry Ng
    Larry Ng Jul 02, 2020

    what motherboard, in what PC?
    what card-reader is it? SD ,microSD, security card, or?
    tell what PC and show link to cardreader being sold or show photos of yours. so we can see it.
    or tell make and models of all above.

  • Anonymous Jul 05, 2020

    example
    i have X Pc, i went and bought a Z card reader, Z
    it is SD card reader with adapter kit and is USB reader, I have X PC with Windows 10
    and w10 does not like my 10 year old usb reader.
    nothing new there W10 fails to operate vast things USB 10,000 of things older than 10 years old. are now DEAD and web cams and MORE lots more.


    X = a dell XP8900 PC.
    OS is w10
    reader is old. very very old.

    answer 2, lets say you have dell desktop
    and was bought without dells card reader
    and you need to buy one to plug it into the custom dell reader pins on unstated motherboard. only sold used on EBAY dell does not sell old readers.

    or
    why not tell exactly what you want to read
    tell that first. exactly what is this card deal... SD (uSD) or express security card or?
    and what OS you run.
    then answers can be possible.
    helpers can not work with you blind in a text box.

    no PC told
    no OS told
    no reader told or kind of card.

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