ENE PCI Secure Digital / MMC Card Reader Controller overview

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Windows NT 4.0 05.25.2006
Windows 98 1.07.00 03.24.2009
Windows 2000 1.07.00 03.24.2009
Windows XP 1.07.00 03.24.2009
Windows XP x64 1.07.00 03.24.2009
Windows Server 2003 10.25.2006
Windows Server 2003 x64 unknown 01.01.1970
Windows Vista 08.13.2007
Windows Vista x64 1.07.00 03.24.2009
Windows 7 08.13.2007
Windows 7 x64 08.13.2007

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CardBus are PCMCIA 5.0 or later (JEIDA 4.2 or later) 32-bit PCMCIA devices, introduced in 1995 and present in laptops from late 1997 onward. CardBus is effectively a 32-bit, 33 MHz PCI bus in the PC Card form. CardBus includes bus mastering, which allows a controller on the bus to talk to other devices or memory without going through the CPU. Many chipsets are available for both PCI and CardBus, such as those that support Wi-Fi.

This driver is needed to activate your integrated CardBus slot.

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Guest #26862912(beginner) 4 years ago 
Here's the link to version 3.00.04 for this driver, it's newer:

http://global-download.acer.com/GDFiles/Driver/CardReader/CardReader_ENE_3.00.04_VistaX64.zip?acer id=633638865479611789&Step1=Notebook&Step2=TravelMate&Step3=TravelMate%206291&OS=V07 &LC=en&SC=EMEA_27
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