ACCESS Internal Card Reader instructions PDF Driver
Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT4, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98
Instructions on how to connect the reader to your motherboard with pictures is contained within the Adobe PDF file. This driver is for the ACCESS card reader. The reader is white plastic and fits in a 3 1/2 inch drive bay on a computer. The right side has a green LED drive light and a card eject button. Make sure that you have the internal USB connections to your motherboard hooked correctly. INSTRUCTIONS: Download to a folder you name 'ACCESS Card Reader' then unzip or extract to the same folder. Run the install and follow the prompts. Easy! It's a good reader that was made by ECS. It has a purpleish circuit board. Best Always, Ben
Best Always Ben (DG Member) on 1-Nov-2005
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