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HELP! Need to activate PCMCIA slot on alptop with XP Pro

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by scotsmonkeyal, Oct 27, 2007.

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  1. scotsmonkeyal

    scotsmonkeyal Thread Starter

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    Hi there and thanks for possibly helping me. I have a Fujitsu Amilo Pro V 2010. Having installed a fresh copy of XP pro i now have no 'new hardware found' when i insert a PCMCIA card. there is poer to it as the card lights up but will not allow me to install a driver for it. the card was working fine in the machine untill i reinstalled xp.

    is there anyway to activate the PCMCIA slot or get a driver for it?

    Many thnanks for you input

    AL
     
  2. The_Oracle

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    Welcome to TSG

    check the device manager for unknown devices, you may have to install the 'PCI to Cardbus' driver
     
  3. scotsmonkeyal

    scotsmonkeyal Thread Starter

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    hi and thanks, is that a readily available driver download??

    al
     
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    THANKS link worked a treat. job done ur a star!!!!

    AL
     
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