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Installed Acronis True Image Home 2009 & Card Reader would not inatall - Code 10 "unable to load device driver" -Solution



 
 
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Old April 26th 09, 08:24 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
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Default Installed Acronis True Image Home 2009 & Card Reader would not inatall - Code 10 "unable to load device driver" -Solution

If your Card Readers will not install (code 10, "working" but "unable
to load drivers" and you installed Acronis True Image Home 2009, True
Image may be the problem.

Purchased and download Acronis True Image Home 2009 on 2/19/2009.
Installed. (Acronis did not provide the latest version).)

Spent hours, actually I mean days, trying to discover why my card
reader devices disappeared.

Only after a careful, painful rebuild of my system that a known
problem in some versions of Acronis True Image Home 2009 was causing
the problem.

If you are experiencing this problem, uninstall True Image. If the
card readesr appear, you may wish to update Acronis True Image Home
2009 and share your experience with Acronis:

Acronis True Image Home v. 12.0.9608 caused the problem.Version
12.0.9709 does not cause the problem but installs very slowly and
starts slowly.

I think that Acronis True Image Home was (is?) a good product but
version 2009 Home (under MS Vista) does not encouage me to recommend
a purchase or an upgrade.

Hope this helps those like me that are very unhappy with Acronis
communications.

Substantive feedback from Acronis is welcomed.
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Old April 28th 09, 12:32 AM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
Dave T.[_2_]
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Default Installed Acronis True Image Home 2009 & Card Reader would notinatall - Code 10 "unable to load device driver" -Solution

wrote:
If your Card Readers will not install (code 10, "working" but "unable
to load drivers" and you installed Acronis True Image Home 2009, True
Image may be the problem.

Purchased and download Acronis True Image Home 2009 on 2/19/2009.
Installed. (Acronis did not provide the latest version).)

Spent hours, actually I mean days, trying to discover why my card
reader devices disappeared.

Only after a careful, painful rebuild of my system that a known
problem in some versions of Acronis True Image Home 2009 was causing
the problem.

If you are experiencing this problem, uninstall True Image. If the
card readesr appear, you may wish to update Acronis True Image Home
2009 and share your experience with Acronis:


Acronis True Image Home v. 12.0.9608 caused the problem.Version
12.0.9709 does not cause the problem but installs very slowly and
starts slowly.

I think that Acronis True Image Home was (is?) a good product but
version 2009 Home (under MS Vista) does not encouage me to recommend
a purchase or an upgrade.

Hope this helps those like me that are very unhappy with Acronis
communications.

Substantive feedback from Acronis is welcomed.


I have to tell you that you are not alone. I spent my money on a box
version of acronis, had it on my computer for a couple of weeks, put the
box (containing the CD) in the trash. There are folks in these NG's that
are members of a cult that worship acronis. Need to take care that they
don't sneak up behind you.
 




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