Apologies for the delay in reply to your PM.
After I uninstalled mine and re-installed to check, mine gave up, it is recognised, but it will not write to any cards.
Glad you got your's sorted.
All the best...
I uninstalled and re-installed and all went well.
Download the .zip,
Extract to temp (or similar)
run the isscript.exe and you should be away.
Oh yeah, don't forget the permissions thing, mine was a pop-behind so...
I'm running Vista 64 Ultimate on the F4005, the OS didn't see the card reader in the first instance, so I tried the XP 64 bit drivers and they worked a charm.
I hope that this helps.
All the best
Try using the man pages for ifconfig
just type "man ifconfig" without the exclamation marks.
Also just a reminder, in Ubuntu the NIC is, by default, disabled you have to enable it first.
I hope that this...
You mentioned SP2 on XP.
1) have any automatic updates been implemented?
2) check the desktop firewalls and make sure that tcp port 445 is open
3) user authentication hasn't changed in any way?
4) you mentioned you...
I'm running the F-20 off of my 4005, all I can say is that I find it epic. The clarity is fantastic.
I wouldn't bother using the speakers though, to be honest, they re very poor.
Other than that I cannot complain one...