Q: Failed eHome IR (USBCIR) Install on USB Card Reader Insert This thread is locked from future replies

I have a reasonably clean and fresh W7 Pro 32 install on a Fujitsu Lifebook T Series Tablet.  I rcently bought an Epraizer Card Reader to enable me to import photos from a CF.

On installing it for the first time, the driver installs failed.  The driver it failed on was the eHome Infrared Receiver (USBCIR).  To the best of my knowledge, the device does not contain an IR device of any sort.

I inserted the same device in an XP machine and it worked fine.  Have I:

(a) wasted my money,
(b) encountered a known problem with a simple fix (do tell), or
(c) tripped over something nasty I don't want to know about (see a)?

Any comments and information would be appreciated.




Hi NicholasMcG,

I would suggest that you check if this device is compatible with Windows 7 or not. I did search for the device compatibility on Windows 7 compatibility center and found no information about this device which confirms that the device may or may not be compatible with Windows 7.

Windows 7 compatibility center link:

As per the research from the manufacturer’s website, this device is compatible with Windows XP and Windows Vista.
Refer the link:

The software might fail to install only if the device is not compatible with Windows 7. As a workaround you may try installing the software in Windows XP compatibility mode and check the result.

To change compatibility settings manually for a program, right-click the setup icon, click Properties, and then click the Compatibility tab.

Refer the link to install in compatibility mode: Make older programs run in this version of Windows:

Swathi B  - Microsoft Support.
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Try this link worked for me epraizer 62 in 1 reader running windows 7

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