Any help or suggestions are most welcome. Thank you for your reply. But, that is annoying, so I went looking for a better solution. I can’t recall a time when this card reader ever worked. Did you uninstall the old drivers?

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You’ll have to go to update driver, pick from local location.

Hi guys, tried all these solution, even downloading the “original” driver from realtek site and cheking policies under regedit, but i can’t recognize my 12 SD card Please let us know how it works out for you. The first time I tried his suggestion it didn’t work then I realized I might not have upgraded the Intel drivers even though I had the latest downloaded.

I’ve still had no luck with this.

My hardware worked in the fall but come spring the card reader did not. Also, disconnect from the net and reboot before you install the new driver.

Did you uninstall the old drivers? Tags for this Thread carrd readergjzreadersd card. Last edited by CladMaster; at Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: I had three choices; the previous driver version which it was the system was usingthe new version which the system said was the wrong version and resulted in a device error and the generic mass storage driver.


Sign In Sign Up. Sign In Sign Up. I also get this error now.

Drivers for card readers for Asus F3E laptops | Windows 7 x64

After the reboot from installing them his suggestion of changing drivers for the card reader to a mass storage device. Last edited by hmscott; at Results 1 to 9 of 9.

Originally Posted by CladMaster. I was getting the same error. Originally Posted by jmbear.

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Here is a thread of several others having the same issue, mainly with Asus products it seems. My issue was that although Genesys driver under USB controller tree was installed from the official download page for my GJT, I got a “bad device” under the “disk drives” tree in device manager.

For the most part device manager doesn’t even recognize the card reader exists But, that is annoying, so I went looking for a better solution.

The drivers for this device are not installed code I think I got a solution Results 1 to 10 of Does anybody have ideas? Originally Posted by giffi. Only when I put in an SD card does it give that there is an unknown device. Any help or suggestions are most welcome. That is a working solution – it solved my problem so thanks again: It shows as unknown device and when Windows attempts to install the driver through device manager, it correctly identifies the Genesys Driver but fails on install by saying it is not meant for my device.


Use Device Manager to update the driver. Same with other drivers. I still have to use the old touch pad driver for mine to work correctly.