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Internal Flash Card reader fail!

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#1 Ignatz


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Posted 21 February 2011 - 03:14 PM

I looked for a similar post but after looking at 20 pages, I got impatient.
I have an EMachine with a EliteGroup 945GCT-M3 3.1 MoBo, running Win XP Pro.
The 15-in-1 internal memory card reader died. 'It worked just fine yesterday'.
I shut down, unpluged it, rebooted, shut down and plugged it in and rebooted. NoGo.
Did the same all over but plugged it into a different internal USB port. Still NoGo.
Device Manager is not helping and I'm comtemplating mayhem.
Should I add this bit of exquisite aggrevation to the 'Univeral Pervesity of Machinery' list?
Oh, yeah, my computer knowledge - black-belt shade-tree machanic.
Maybe a bad wire/connection? How to check?

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Posted 21 February 2011 - 04:48 PM

Is this device being recognized by device manager at all?


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