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Memory card reader causes shutdown problem


Am I int the right place?
Power User

So, shutdown problems... We meet again.

I have an "internal! Memory card reader in my computer connected to the mainboard's USB slot. The reader works correctly, but every time I shut down my computer Windows realises to start complaining about Empty drives.

I press the shutdown button.

Message appears: No disc in A Please insert disc [Retry] [cancel] [continue] A: Floppy Drive (I don't have one)
Message appears: No disc in D Please insert disc [Retry] [cancel] [continue] D: Sony memory stick "magicgate"
Message appears: No disc in E Please insert disc [Retry] [cancel] [continue] E: SDHC card reader
Message appears: No disc in F Please insert disc [Retry] [cancel] [continue] F: CF Card reader
Message appears: No disc in G Please insert disc [Retry] [cancel] [continue] G: SM Card reader
Message appears: No disc in H Please insert disc [Retry] [cancel] [continue] Wait! What's this?

Clicking continue will lead in to black screen.

These are my drives.

And my "beautifully installed" card reader

My Computer

System One

  • OS
    Windows 7 x64 Home Premium / Commodore OS Vision / Windows 8 Release preview
    AMD Athlon x2 Dual Core 7750 BE 2,7Ghz (2/4)
    Asus M2N-e
    Graphics Card(s)
    GIGABYTE (ATI) Radeon HD 6870 (1Gb)
    Sound Card
    Do i have one?
    Monitor(s) Displays
    Screen Resolution
    1x HD1080 1x SXGA
    Hard Drives
    1x Samsung 500 Gb
    1x Samsung 30 Gb
    1x LaCie 1Tb Hard drive.
    Antec 500W
    Antec three hundred
    3 fans + psu and cpu + gpu
    Logitech G19
    CM Storm Xornet
    Internet Speed
    110mb/ s
    Other Info
    Look, what i've created... just a few visits at the recyclement center was enough...

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