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    I got Red Bridge Multi-in-One memory card reader (M2, USB 2.0).

    Windows 7 cannot read it, whereas other OS like Vista and XP can read. It says device cannot be installed. Anybody faced this problem? What could be solution?

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    You need a Windows 7 driver from the device manufacturer.

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    Check out some of the sites from Google. Perhaps they can point the way.
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