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Disable Smart Card Reader E6500
Updating your BIOS is always a good idea, but since you stated that “inserting the card” into the integrated reader. 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. Perhaps if you input your service code, the Windows 7 version will be available. Office Office Exchange Server.
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Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. With Linux, the builtin readers sometimes cause problems because there are no available drivers. You will need a functioning smart card reader driver, if you’re using Windows, you probably have it installed with the Dell software.
dell latitude – SmartCard reader – Super User
You are asking about the Trust security suite or similarcorrect? SmartCard reader Ask Question. Windows 7 Hardware Compatibility https: There may even be software to use with it. I checked Dell’s drivers and downloads for your laptop but I did not see anything related to the smartcard reader. Windows cars requires smartcard drivers for the actual card. If it’s a flash card reader, it’s the Ricoh driver under chipset.
Remove From My Forums. It only says that the “Device driver software was not successfully inmstalled” after inserting smart card into integrated reader.
It’s not on the download site.
Based on the cell, it looks like the smartcard reader is intended to be used kinda like a fingerprint reader to allow access based on a security card.
Windows 7 Hardware Compatibility. Probably an SCM reader. No, I assume your talking about an ISO smartcard?