Message 6 of For those USB devices where high speed communication is crucial, such as a memory card reader, it might safe a bit of time and frustration to have a device with a USB 2. Anyone who has fiddled a bit with USB devices recognizes the infamous Windows pop up message “This device can perform faster”. This is decided within 10 ms mili-seconds using the USB 2. Please post the hardware ID for the card reader needing the driver. Or use the W7 driver from your notebook’s support page. Full speed, with a signaling bit rate of 12 Mbps”.

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This topic has been archived. CVA 3KB – uninstall. Note on archived topics. Within that folder there is a 11,KB setup. Message 2 of Posted by Laptop Junction.

But my laptop has USB 2.0 ports!

A quick test in a Pentium 4 – USB2. Looking closer at the USB 2. With SP2 it was the other way around. In USB 3. Make sure the Include Subfolders box is checked and see if the driver installs that way. Now you should see a Property drop down list and it will be set to device description.


Please post the hardware ID for the card reader needing the driver. This package contains the driver that enables the ValidityFingerprint Sensor in supported notebook models that are running asupported operating system. In this case changing Windows driver software doesn’t help for one bit.

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What a total mess – SP3 should be an improvement? Chances are bleak that the USB 2.

And it connects smoothly, silently popping up as a USB disk device. Apparently some-one at Microsoft agreed the slow USB speed reminders are not always so much fun to look at.

A quick test with various other USB 2.

Glad to have helped a bit. To find the hardware ID, click on the mass storage controller or whatever it is called. The AU most likely is released before Meanwhile, I am going to explore the driver file and see what I xard see. A quick glance through the chip specification results in an interesting statement: Information and links in this thread may no longer be available or relevant.


This card reader has a Integrated Circuit Solution, Inc. If you use micgo free 7-zip file utility you can further break down the sp driver to: A much repeated remedy to get USB 2.

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From here communication continues at USB 2. Pretty simple – they’re gone in a few minutes. Hmmmm, sounds like that’s USB 1. Message 1 of Didn’t find what you were looking for?

The fingerprint sensor scansfingerprints for use with biometric security applications. It could be that early releases of the AU controller didn’t function properly and are still available in the “wild”.