I have a Fujitsu T series (actually the T4410) convertable laptop running WIN 7 Pro (32 bit). In the past, when I stuck an SD card into the unit's built-in SD card reader, WIN 7 would automatically see the card and I could drag-drop or whatever I need to from there. The issue exists with 1 GB and 4 GB SD cards so I don't think it is a card capacity issue.
About 4 months ago, the SD card reader stopped auto-detecting an SD card when one was inserted into the built-in SD card reader. I think it may have been a Windows 7 update that possibly that messed things up. I've called Fujitsu and they have no fix other than to re-install WIN7. What I've been doing in the mean time, every time I need to use the SD card reader, I open Device Manager and rescan devices and WIN7 then finds the SD card reader and the card inserted.
Curious to if anyone has heard of this problem (related to a WIN 7 update?) and if you know if a fix? The fact that after WIN7's Device Manager finds the SD card reader after I rescan each time, the reader is functional but the issue appears to be related to WIN7. Thanks.
You need to ensure the current driver & software for the card reader from Fujitsu are installed. Those drivers are not supplied by Microsoft.
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Device Manager says that my driver is up to date for my SD card reader. What else can I try?