The only way I can get windows to recognise my SD card is to go into device manager and change the policy from Optimize for Quick Removal to Optimize for Performance. How satisfied are you with this reply? I have also run the machine using another hard disk and it works as expected so it cant be a hardware problem. I’m trying to avoid a windows rebuild if at all possible. In reply to MickSoutham’s post on May 2, Have you tried installing an updated driver for your card reader?
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In reply to MickSoutham’s post on May 2, I have uninstall the card reader and integfal it again without any effect. I’m trying to avoid a windows rebuild if at all possible. This site in other languages x.
Tell us about your experience with our site. MickSoutham Created on May 1, Thanks for marking this as the answer. Wunders Replied on May 1, This thread is locked. How satisfied are you with this response?
I have carried a Windows repare to no effect. In reply to Wunders’s post on May 1, Have you tried installing an updated driver for your card reader? Thanks for your reply, I have already tried your suggestion by way of using the drivers installed by windows following an uninstall of the SD card reader. Microsoft is usually my last desperation choice for finding a driver.
I have the same question Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. If your computer manufacturer’s website is of no help, the second-best choice would be to go dshc the website of the manufacturer of your card reader on your computer.
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If I switch the machine off I have to change it back again and it will work. Please help its driving me nuts.
The only way I can get windows to recognise my SD card is to go into device manager and change the policy from Optimize for Quick Removal to Optimize for Performance. Sorry this didn’t help.
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MickSoutham Replied on May 2, Tech support scams are an industry-wide issue where scammers attempt to trick you into paying for unnecessary technical support services. You integarl help protect yourself from scammers by verifying that the contact is a Microsoft Agent or Microsoft Employee and that the phone number is an official Microsoft global customer service number.
You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. Find your card reader in the list Might be listed as “Smart card reader”double-click on it, then select the “Details” tab. How satisfied are you with this reply?
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Did this solve your problem? I have also run the machine using another hard disk and it works as expected so it cant be a hardware problem. The hard disk that I used had a new windows standard build and worked fine which has convinced me that it is a software sdch. Wunders Replied on May 2,