Card Reader with Mapped Drives

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mattborn

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Just bought a USB card reader for work, but the problem is that it tries to map to drive G: but I already have a network drive mapped to G:. Is there a way to have the Card Reader associate itself with another drive letter? I'd rather not have to map the network path to another drive.

Thanks.
 

yoyo

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You could try this.

The device must be plugged in to the same USB port everytime.

Right click My Computer - manage - disk management

Assign a new drive letter to the cardreader like S or T that is well away from used letters so it will not be moved if a new device comes along.

Hope it works.
 

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