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Has anybody developed this for Vista?
Visit www.systemsoft.com They have a solution for SRAM cards. "Steve Searcy" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > wrote in message news:003f01c36cc4$36dae1d0$ XXXX@XXXXX.COM ... > I work with data recording devices that use SRAM PCMCIA > cards as data storage units. What do I have to do to get > Windows XP to read these cards?
To all the genii out there! I have a customer (surveyor) who has this old measuring equipment (worth $50,000) that uses SRAM to record surveying measurements. The data is then transferred back to a CAD program via the SRAM card that is pleaced into a PCMCIA slot. This all work fine under Windos 95,98,ME,2000 and XP, however, it does not work under Vista as Vista does not seem to have drivers for PCMCIA and Flash Cards like the others do. The problem is to get the SRAM data into Vista so that a new version of the CAD program will access it in the field. (via a Toshiba laptop that has a standard PCMCIA slot). Vista recognises that something is there when the SRAM card is plugged into the PCMCIA slot but has no drivers. Does anyone have any suggestion that will help? I have just spent 3 hours trawling the NET looking for clues.
hi i have intel piii system. i have used almost all the windows and installed the drivers taht came with my mother board and when i looked at its vga size it was 4 mb... but now after installing new drivers i found its size to be 32 mb ..... whats that means ??? i have even formatted the drive and downloaded the drivers and installed but still i found its vga 32 mb ??? probably my ram is shared ??? how can i tell that htis is true ??? and if it is true then can i controle the size of the vga ( not found any where in winxp and bios ) ..... thnaks in advance