Windows XP is not recognising memory card

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Few days back, i have updated my windows OS from Windows 2003 to Windows XP.  When i tried to install the other softwares and hardwares using my USB port, am not able to install the packages.  Because  my memory stick is not detected my Windows XP.  When i Windows 2003 back to my PC and tried with USB port.  It was working.  Does anyone face same kind of issues?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #87941

Windows XP is not recognising memory card


The USB is surely working and has no problem that's for sure. There might be some driver issue regarding this or the operating system is not updated. Try one of the following solution below.

Solution 1:

Update you operating system via internet. There might be missing plugins or .dll in your windows XP.

Solution 2:

Buy a later version of the WIndows XP.SP2 and SP3 will do. They always support USB with the USB 2.0 driver. This will surely solve your problem. Simply install it again in your computer.

Solution 3:

Try looking for the chipset driver of your motherboard, it might be causing the problems.



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Answered By 0 points N/A #87939

Windows XP is not recognising memory card


To solve this problem, you need to check a few things in your system. First make sure that you are using Windows XP SP1 or later, and that your windows update is on, and you need to install any new windows update available. If you are sure that everything is updated, then you can edit your registry a bit to disable Selective Suspend Feature or USB hub driver.

For that;

 Start >  Run, type regedit, and OK.

Locate the following key in the registry:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > System > Current Control Set > Services > USB

 Edit menu > New >  DWORD.

Type DisableSelectiveSuspend > ENTER.   Edit menu > Modify.

Type 1, and OK.

This should solve your problem, I hope.

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