ineed a driver for card reader

  ssray 09:57 01 Sep 04

stupidly whilst clearing out free cd`s etc i chucked my orig` windows 2000 disc,
now i need the driver to allow my pc to use my new card reader,tried with no luck
any ideas?

  MAJ 10:05 01 Sep 04

ssray, I need a new cylinder-head gasket for my car, it's a red car, where would I get one?

If you have trouble answering that question, would it help if I told you the make, model and year of the car?

  Salinger 10:11 01 Sep 04

These are the usual culprits: usbstor.sys and usbntmap.sys

  MAJ 10:25 01 Sep 04

"maj, sorry dude im a bit new to this computer stuff,when i get home i`ll find out spec of pc. head gasket`s no prob though."

:) S'okay, ssray let us know the make and model of the card reader as well. ;)

  Stuartli 10:58 01 Sep 04

You don't/shouldn't need a driver from ME upwards - Windows should recognise the card reader as a removable drive or give it a drive letter(s); only earlier Windows versions require a driver.

However at click here a driver link is listed.

Try using the card reader with a card inserted first and check via My Computer if it is listed.

  Salinger 11:59 01 Sep 04

You might need this as well MPHLP.PDR

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