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Compatibility Issue Between Texas Instruments PCIxx12 FlashMedia Reader And Windows?

i`ve got a problem, when i`m trying to install MASS STORAGE DEVICE it appears this message. Compatibility issue between Texas Instruments PCIxx12 FlashMedia Reader and Windows. This problem was caused by a compatibility issue between Texas Instruments PCIxx12 FlashMedia Reader and this version of Windows. Texas Instruments PCIxx12 FlashMedia Reader was created by Texas Instruments Incorporated and is distributed by Sony Corporation.

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