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Dane-Elec USB 2.0

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by AHHH!!!217, Jul 27, 2006.

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    Well this is annoying...

    I have a Dane-Elec USB 2.0 card reader and It's worked perfectly until today. I clicked on My Computer to use it, but for some reason the computer isnt detecting that it's there. I looked at the product and the top light is green but the lower light isnt on at all. I tried unplugging it and reconnecting it but still only one light turns on. Does anyone know anything about this product? I've lost all of the information that came with it.


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    Try plugging it into a different usb port, alternately go to system in control panel.
    then hardware, the device manager. Look at the USB down at the bottom. Are there any red " x" or " ! " ?
    also look to see if there is any UNKNOWN DEVICES catagory
    also look down on the icon tray to the left of the time, see if there is an "eject device icon"
    Also what is your OS ? if xp do you have SP2
     
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    Ok I followed your instructions and I found no red "x"'s or "!"'s and there was no unknown category. I also looked down at the tray and there was nothing there resembling what you described. I have XP professional and yes i have SP2. Do you have any more suggestions? I would really appreciate it. If not, thank you for your help and time.
     
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