The ZiO card readers are about as small as possible. Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? Go to the card reader manufacturer’s website — you’ll need to download the Windows 7 driver for it. Please enter a valid email address. No telling what you’ll get. The time now is Yes, my password is:
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I still use smart media cards for transferring designs from my laptop to an embroidery machine, manufactured in smmart Transfer rates with serial cables were terrible, and those floppy adapters weren’t much better.
You need a driver. Please give the specific model, all I could get from your first post was Microtech, a company out of business.
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I hope I’m in the right blog. Of course that’s what the manual is for.
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Storage by Rick Broida Oct 10, No telling what you’ll get. It’s deplorable that Amazon sold it to me, since it only works with Windows and earlier! Saturday, March 3, They only put time in developing drivers for new stuff they can sell.
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There have been no new devices designed for SmartMedia for quite a long time now. Most manufactures don’t make drivers for devices they already sold.
If for any reason windows does not install the driver there’s no harm done the device won’t work and we will have to think of something else. Act like your business depends on them by David Gewirtz. After rebooting, you can insert a SmartMedia card 3.
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My only issue is i cannot get the I just bought 2. From there the rest is pretty self-explanatory – you can copy or open files to your heart’s content. Thanks, Lozzy, but it didn’t.
Go to the card reader manufacturer’s website — you’ll need to download the Windows 7 driver for it. The only identifying information on the Zio is on the back: Cindy Mmicrotech Level 3 Expert Answers.
Windows sez it can’t find drivers for the Zio!
So my advice here, buy a new one, this time choose a known brand like Sandisk Nov 28, Messages: Similar Threads – reader writer older. SmartMedia cards came in two formats, 5 V and the more modern 3. So, here’s my question: A fast portable drive with massive storage space A fast portable drive with massive storage space by Dong Ngo.