I have absolutely no idea whatsoever regarding what and how I can use a smartcard reader; please excuse my ignorance. Windows 7 requires smartcard drivers for the actual card. So Nano, sorry its not the flash card reader, and its not a Ricoh. Windows 7 requires smartcard drivers for the actual card Please find the manufacturer of your smart card, and contact them for Windows 7 drivers. Updating your BIOS is always a good idea, but since you stated that “inserting the card” into the integrated reader.
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Is there anyone who can help me out what I need to install to get the smart card reader working? Windows 7 Hardware Compatibility.
Updating your BIOS is always a good idea, but since you stated that “inserting the card” into the integrated reader.
You will need a functioning smart card reader driver, if you’re using Windows, you probably have it installed with the Dell software. Windows 7 requires smartcard drivers for the actual card Please find the manufacturer of your smart card, and contact them for Windows 7 drivers. There may even be software to use with it. Probably an SCM reader. How do I read from and write to a smart card using a smartcard reader?
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The smart card software should be on a separate disk. If it’s a flash card reader, it’s the Ricoh driver under chipset.
Windows 7 Hardware Compatibility https: Here is additional information. Resources for IT Professionals. With Linux, the builtin readers sometimes cause problems because there are no available drivers.
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You should be able to find more information on the manufacturer’s website. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Also, the device must be smsrt in the BIOS. The reader will have its own driver, which it sounds like is installed, then the card requires a driver.
Also, you may want to try the card in a Vista machine, and see if the card does in fact get its driver from Windows Update. Windows 7 requires smartcard drivers for the actual card. It’s not on the download site. Assuming you have a working smart card reader, the software depends more in the type of cards you want to use rather than the reader.
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