Should I get a new pc for video editing, or just a video editing app? The “trick” is to make sure you don’t have card inserted when you boot into Windows. Just to be perfectly clear, when I say “eject” I’m not talking about just removing the card, I’m talking about clicking the “Safely Remove Hardware” icon in the notifcation area that’s normally at the right end of the task bar and selecting “Eject device name “. Message 6 of Click on the Administrative Tools a window will open. In vista this its how it worked for me.

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I’d plug it in without any card in itreboot and then see if it recognizes a card when you plug one into it. imatemate

So, I’d try leaving the reader plugged into the same USB port all the time. I didn’t know that until my 16 year old taught me Note – the context menu actually shows an entry for the device and for the volume mounted on the device, but the volume is grayed out and only the device is clickable.

So when found the drives listed I just right clicked saw assign drive and it worked. This site in other languages x. As already mentioned, it could be trying to find drivers when you first plug it in.

Hope a lot of people searching on internet find this reply so that it will help them get there card reader working again under Windows 7 because even there tech’s don’t have an answer. Right click kmagemate each of the drives and assign a Drive Letter. I have the same question The Card Reader will be listed as Doing that, you certainly can then ‘eject’ pull out the card FROM the reader leaving the latter inserted as it is then ‘dead’ of course First, thank you to everyone for your thoughts and suggestions.

I’ve done a bunch of Googling and haven’t found anything definitive, but it did lead me to discover that there are other options than using the icon in windowss taskbar notification area. If the card reader is stuck with dust, it will lead bad contact between the card and the card reader. Sorry this didn’t help. Hope this resolves the issue.

USB cardreader not recognized on Windows 7 64-bit

Click on the Administrative Tools a window will open. My chassis-mounted card reader works the same as Fotonut’s. This topic has been archived. As I understand wndows card reader isn’t being detected, Correct me if I’m wrong but you have your card inserted and yet the drive isn’t detected on the folder named – Computer, right?

The “trick” is to make sure you don’t have card inserted when you imahemate into Windows. You shouldn’t imagmate any software, ie: Message 4 of And so does my Sandisk multi-card reader. Message 1 of 2 5, Views Reply 0 Kudos 0. Having teenaged daughters with tons of different cameras over the years, I have used all of the different cards that this reads over the years.

When Computer Management opens, click on Disk Management on the left side of the window, located under Storage. F Forum M My threads.

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Also note that Imagemaate may treat a reader differently if a card is inserted at the time you boot. I did mean the same eject process safely remove hardware. If you Google “Article ID: I can eject a card and plug in a different one, without a reboot needed.

My Acer with build in card readers 5 slots for a total of 11 card formats works fine and sees all my CF and SD windoqs SDHC cards and neatly ejects them under win7 and also did so under Vista. It read all of the different sizes with no problems.

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