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Abir
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Ricoh card reader driver-not digitally signed?

I have x220 with Windows 7 Pro 64 bit. Device manager shows under Storage Controllers "Ricoh PCIe SDXC/MMC host controller," but there is a yellow triangle with "!" and a Device Status Code 52 message "Windows cannot verify the digital signature for the drivers required for this device." I checked in C:\Drivers\WIN\Multicard and found two *.cat files--which, I understand, are required to confirm digital signature. Each of them (ridisk.cat and risdxc.cat) has a signed and valid certificate! So what is going on? Will the card reader work? Is there something wrong with how Windows 7 is treating the Ricoh driver, which I downloaded from the Lenovo site? Why should I be getting this grief?
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Re: Ricoh card reader driver-not digitally signed?

Hello,

 

Perhaps the driver is damaged?

 

Try deleting the Ricoh PCIe SDXC/MMC host controller from the Device Manager and then restarting the computer in order to let the Device Manager re-detect it and re-install the device drivers.  Does that solve the problem?

 

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Aryeh Goretsky

 



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Re: Ricoh card reader driver-not digitally signed?

Hi Aryeh: Took your advice, deleted the "Multicard" folder with the drivers, etc. and removed the Ricoh Media Driver from Programs & Features. It worked! Thanks. Took a few moments until computer recognized the SDHC card I inserted in the x220. But finally it showed up and I copied a word file onto the card and read it. Now when I insert the SDHC card I hear the Windows sound and see that the card is recognized immediately. Funny thing, though: Ricoh reader does not show up now in Device Mgr, whereas before it did. And there is no folder "Multicard" with the drivers in C:\Windows\Drivers. However, as before in Programs & Features, I see there the Ricoh_Media_Driver_V2.14.18.01. Go figure.
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Re: Ricoh card reader driver-not digitally signed?

Hello,

 

I am away from my X220 right now, but perhaps the card reader is listed under a different node now in the Device Manager. 

 

Regards,

 

Aryeh Goretsky

 



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Re: Ricoh card reader driver-not digitally signed?

On multiple laptps this driver is installed but still is listed in Device manager as Base System Device. For models THinipad pads T420, T520, x220, x230. If we install the drive manually same effect. If I load the driers in Windows 7 sysprep same thing. I have noticed that the hardward ID changes from 822 to 823 but still doesnt work. Any help here. I need  a fix to roll out laptops. Also System Update from Lenovo does not show the driver is available. But the device is still under Other Devices and shown as Base System Device.

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Re: Ricoh card reader driver-not digitally signed?

I now see what's going on--the Ricoh card reader does indeed appear in Disk Manager, under "Disk Drives," but only when the SDHC card is inserted in the card reader slot. When the card is removed, the card reader disappears from Disk Manager.

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