GATEWAY EC38 REALTEK CARD READER DRIVER DETAILS:
|File Size:||12.1 MB|
|Supported systems:||Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64-bit, Windows XP 64-bit, Mac OS X, Mac OS X 10.4, Mac OS X 10.5|
|Price:||Free* (*Free Registration Required)|
GATEWAY EC38 REALTEK CARD READER DRIVER
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Motorola have SM56 drivers here. If you happen to have an Intel dialup modem driver for XP or other Windows flavours, email me and let me know! I am mirroring some of the most commonly needed drivers here: Conexant HSF dialup modem driver: The BlueSoleil drivers work perfectly with them.
JMicron This was in a fairly recent laptop. JMicron have all their drivers squirreled away on an FTP site herebut you can get the card reader driver from me too: JMicron laptop card reader driver: These are mostly found in Compaq Gateway EC38 Realtek Card Reader HP laptops notable models: Winbond card reader driver for laptops: I Gateway EC38 Realtek Card Reader this driver on the Medion website: Winbond smart card reader: This driver supports Memory Stick Ricoh R5C8xx card reader: The majority of them excluding proper branded products like from Logitech or Microsoft use one of a small number of Vimicro chips.
Vimicro host a webcam detection tool on this page linked at the end of the first paragraph which looks up the necessary driver on their website and gives you a direct link to it.
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