RE: SD Card needs driver in Vista?!
I worked on this for a week to no avail, 20 minutes after I post a message
about it I fix it lol... No idea what happened, but I thought just for the
heck of it I would select C:\ (including subfolders) as a search location for
the driver, and it found one.. somehow.. and it works famously. Hope that
> I have an ASUS G1 notebook (Vista Home-Premium 32-bit) with an internal
> memory card reader. My old camera had a 1gb SD card that wasn't fast enough
> for readyboost. I just purchased an OCZ 2GB 150X SD Card assuming that it
> would be more than enough for readyboost.
> When I put the card into the slot, I get a prompt telling me that the SD
> Card requires a driver... I tell it to automatically install, and it can't
> find any such driver (of course, thats not a surprise.. I have never heard of
> such a thing for an SD "Card"). It says that the device was not installed
> properly, and I am unable to access the card (not in Computer, safely remove
> devices, etc).
> My 1GB card works perfectly without any troubles, and this 2GB card works
> fine in my digital camera and another ASUS laptop (same card reader,
> incidently) running windows XP.
> The card reader is definately installed properly with the latest drivers
> from the manufacturer, and I have all windows updates installed (including
> the one for SD Card compatability).
> I called OCZ, but they seemed to think it was a vista compatability problem,
> and they would "look into it".
> Any suggestions? I'm kinda ticked about spending a lot of money on a fast
> card just for this purpose, and to top it off I purchased it from a small
> shop when I was out of town, and a return is not possible!