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USB IMT-0521 SCR Driver

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by 999mizta999, May 31, 2009.

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  1. 999mizta999

    999mizta999 Thread Starter

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    Hi Guys,
    I've been trying to find this driver but i cant find it and in driver manager it doesnt have a installed driver so i was wondering if you could help me?
    Thanks
     
  2. lawson_jl

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    A quick google search tells me that the device is a card reader. Which means it doesn't have a separate driver. Card readers are mass storage devices and the driver is built into the USB standard. The driver is either corrupted or the device itself doesn't work. Unistall it in the device manager and let Windows find it again. If this doesn't work replace the card reader.
     
  3. pwright2

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    This doesn't quite make sense. Every different thumb drive or card reader I have had goes thru an 'installing device drivers' routine the first time I plug them in. And I have an imt-0521 and drivers for 2000 and XP come on the CD that comes with it.
     
  4. 999mizta999

    999mizta999 Thread Starter

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    Nope on the cd. but no i get the BSOD Error the 0x9c one! its bloody annoying.
     
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