First thing you want to do is to determine which bus your SD card connects
to. In the device manger, choose View\Device By Connection and look at the
Device Type and the Driver
(in properties page) of your SD card's parent
If it is USB device, it usually uses MS USB mass storage driver
If it is SD host adapter device, it usually uses MS SD bus driver
If it is other type of device, you are probably using a non-standard
device with third-party driver.
The hotfix in Car's email is only for USB card readers. There is another
hotfix for SD host controller driver: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/933847
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"Rupa" <Rupa@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> Thnaks Carey but I have already tried unistalling the drivers, updating
> etc etc. But it didnt help.
> I have requested the hotfix. So will wait and see whether that works.
> "Cal Bear '66" wrote:
>> You can try this:
>> URL for hotfixes:
>> NOTE: You may have to try the above URL to get to the hotfix request
>> I Bleed Blue and Gold
>> GO BEARS!
>> "Rupa" <Rupa@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> > Hi,
>> > I am facing an issue with my HP pavilion dv2224ea laptop with Vista
>> > home
>> > premium. It has a built in card reader which worked fine initially.But
>> > now it
>> > has stopped recognizing any SD cards. My Sd card shows up under "Disk
>> > drives"
>> > in Device manager with a yellow exclamation mark next to it. And also
>> > when I
>> > right click on it and go to Properties, it shows " This device can not
>> > start
>> > (code 10).
>> > I have tried updating drivers but to no avail .The HP tech support guy
>> > asked me to download the latest updates for the BIOS and the card
>> > reader.
>> > That didnt work either. Any suggestions please on what I could try to
>> > fix
>> > this isue?
>> > Thanks,