Common Problems With C MEDIA Drivers. Driver is missing or corrupt. Driver is out-of-date.
Previous attempt to update driver failed. The current driver is the incorrect driver for the device. The device is damaged and needs to be replaced or repaired (drivers cannot fix hardware issues) Installing the most current and accurate driver will typically fix most problems that are experienced while operating Windows hardware devices. The original driver for any given hardware device often has been updated many times by the manufacturer to fix bugs and improve efficiency. Many users experience problems with older Windows devices for this reason.
Here you can download driver for C-Media USB 2.0 Mass Storage Controller(0D8C,5200),x64 and O2Micro OZ776 USB CCID Smartcard Reader, Realtek USB 2.0 Card Reader, C.
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Usb Card Reader
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