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HP does not offer any driver newer than and Windows driver search found nothing at all.
Will continue to look for solutions Forum Windows 10 Forums Drivers and Hardware. There is no caard in device manager, the device has simply disappeared in Windows Hi LindaThank you for being part of Windows New 16 Apr I’ve also found the French website, Station Drivers, to be a reliable source for drivers, especially newer stuff that hasn’t yet gone public on vendor or OEM websites.
New 05 May But you should see a PCI Device show up under Other Devices, then right click and select jmifron driver software and search automatically for updated driver software.
Mine is exactly the same as well, no card reader detected or showing up in device manager since Win 10 readet, seems this is a common issue but as usual microsoft not coming up with a fix. Clicked on a few things that sounded sorta likely and tried to update those, but nothing was found.
Tried this and found a long list of devices, unfortunately, can’t find anything called reade, or even a catagory of ‘other’. New 04 May I appreciate you for providing details about the issue and we are glad to assist. In reply to Harshavardhan Rathod’s post on August 6, Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site.
Solved: Re: JMicron SD card reader not working under windows 10 – HP Support Community –
Hi Linda, Apologies for the delayed response. How satisfied are you with this reply? Follow the on-screen instructions to run the troubleshooter. Windows 10 says ‘device not found’. New 22 May Good Luck to everyone!
Dell 27″ UltraSharp Screen Resolution: The time now is I have the same question I just downloaded and let it install. Follow jmicorn below steps: Try the following methods and check if it helps: Open the Device Manager same process they instructed to uninstall the drivers, then insert the SD Card.
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