Re: sd card driver problem
If it is integrated in your computer it should have had the drivers supplied
by the manufacturer if necessary, and they usually are. Do you show a
driver in device manager or is the device ! out. Most usb cameras, even one
I have had 7-8 years ago would be picked up as 'devices with removable
storage' and act pretty much like a thumb drive. Buy where you can return
it if it doesn't work.
"Furie" <Furie@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>I bought a portable computer and the first time i started it, it installed
> everything automaticly. The cardreader is integrated in the portable, so i
> asume that vista should know it or it should afterwards find it in the
> programs. Buying a new usb cable is an option too, but i fear that the
> would be the same.
> "John Barnes" wrote:
>> Good catch. Unfortunately Vista support seems very slim for card
>> mine aren't supported and most likely won't be. They are inexpensive,
>> change models frequently and usually they don't bother with older models.
>> Hope he is lucky now that you pointed him in the right direction,
>> how much is a new cable.
>> "JW" <JW@nospam.nspam> wrote in message
>> > Are you sure it is not asking for a driver for the Card Reader and not
>> > for
>> > the card itself?
>> > Does the card reader show up in device manager?
>> > "John Barnes" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> > news:OooE5mixHHA.3616@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
>> >> Get a new USB cable.
>> >> "Furie" <Furie@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> >> news:EA187773-072C-4F93-A142-ADCE1943B030@microsoft.com...
>> >>>I got an elder camera that works with sd memorycard. I lost the usb
>> >>> it so i always putted the card in my cardreader. Now with vista it is
>> >>> asking
>> >>> for a driver for that card and it doesn't even excist (transcend sd
>> >>> 45x
>> >>> 256mb). How can i make vista read my sd card??? Anyone knows??
>> >>> regards