The time now is I can’t understand why it refused to recognise SDHC cards previously and now they work, but either way I’m a lot happier than I was All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. This functioned on my notebook. The time now is Did this solve your problem?
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Go to the directory where the file rader downloaded and double-click the kb What model of Laptop do you have, is same as mine? Go online to get the latest driver from the manufacturer’s website.
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Cooling none Internet Speed 45Mb down 5Mb up. I have tried to find an updated driver from the Texas Instruments website, but have failed to find one, either there or elsewhere online.
Texas Instruments PCIxx12 Integrated FlashMedia Controller Drivers Download
Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies. Establish the internet connectional and try to update the driver in device manager. How to identify an unknown device? Originally Posted by Orbital Shark. Most ppl dont look in the old threads unless they have the same problem and yours isn’t all that comman. Login or create an account to post a review.
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Windows 7 driver for Texas Instruments PCIxx12 Integrated FlashMedia Controller.
The Acer ftp website seems down from here but I did find the HP version here: I need a driver that make it work. Did it work So, did it work?
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This appears to be a common problem with this controller. Thanks for the feedback.