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Alcor Smartcard Software Priore SmartCard ActiveX v This component is able to read and write numeric and alphanumeric data from Smartcards with ADPU commands. Alcor Micro was the first company that bring an ultra-low cost USB Hub controller to the PC market and deliver single chip USB keyboard & hub solution in , which was design in Apple iMac computer (the world’s first ‘USB only’ PC). Alcor is one of the leaders in low cost, single chip USB solutions as . This package installs the software (Alcor Micro USB Smart Card Reader Driver) Alcor Micro USB Smart Card Reader Driver for Windows 10 (Version or later) – ThinkPad P53, P73 – Lenovo Support US SHOP.

 

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Jan 07,  · There is a download for the Alcor Smart Card reader on the Microsoft udpate catalog website link that you provided: Windows 10, version and later, Servicing Drivers. Downloading it doens’t seem to change anything. Noteable: the internet browers all crash every time I go to a website requiring the CAC Card. Alcor Smartcard Software Priore SmartCard ActiveX v This component is able to read and write numeric and alphanumeric data from Smartcards with ADPU commands. This package installs the software (Alcor Micro USB Smart Card Reader Driver) Alcor Micro USB Smart Card Reader Driver for Windows 10 (Version or later) – ThinkPad P53, P73 – Lenovo Support US SHOP.
 
 
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The card reader is fine, but the card itself isn’t detecting. Its a CAC card. On an other post here, a fix was suggested for an SD card. Its not an SD card. The card reader is detected, I’ve updated and reinstalled the driver multiple times.

I’ve tried rolling it back. The card reader shows on the computer under Device Manager, it shows on other computers too, and the CAC Card works on other computers. It is not a problem with the card reader, or the card, it is a problem with some settings in this computer.

Internet explorer, google chrome, and firefox all fail to see the CAC Card on this computer. Can you please help fix how my computer will detect the card itself? I certainly appreciate your efforts in trying to resolve the issue by performing certain troubleshooting steps. Which build version of Windows 10 are you using currently?

Refer the article Which version of Windows operating system am I running? As you have already mentioned that, you have tried updating the drivers and the issue persists. One of the things that you can try is downloading the drivers for Alcor Micro USB Smart Card Reader from the Microsoft update catalog website , depending on the version of Windows that you are using.

Was this reply helpful? Yes No. Sorry this didn’t help. Thanks for your feedback. There is a download for the Alcor Smart Card reader on the Microsoft udpate catalog website link that you provided: Windows 10, version and later, Servicing Drivers.

Downloading it doens’t seem to change anything. You can either click “OK” or “cancel”, but the the browser will always stop responding and crash. I have been researching on this issue, since you are using an Enterprise edition of Windows, I would suggest you to check with your IT admin to check if the card security settings can be reconfigured.

Meanwhile, you may also post your query on TechNet forums , where we have expertise and support professionals who are well equipped with the knowledge to assist you with your query. Choose where you want to search below Search Search the Community. Search the community and support articles Windows Windows 10 Search Community member. This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread.

I have the same question Report abuse. Details required :. Cancel Submit. Previous Next. Which updates were installed recently? What is the make and model of the PC? Let us know how it goes. How satisfied are you with this reply? Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. Windows version 3. Lenova Thinkpad P In reply to AdriannaYameen’s post on November 6, Hi Adrianna, Thank you for your reply, and I apologize for the delayed response.

I have the same issue and I have a home version of Windows My CAC card reader was working fine until this last update to Windows It lights up and receives power. Both led lights turn on. Yet with this status, my laptop still does not recognize that anything is plugged in. It doesn’t even show up as an unidentified item that needs drivers.

That is the issue that I will bet that many are having right now but it’s not being explained correctly. I have an older computer with Windows 8. This last update broke something. Please fix it as it has made a nightmare of me being able to do my job. I can’t do my job. This is not the situation I was describing. The card reader is fine. It shows under the devices when it is plugged in and disappears when un-plugged. It automatically installs drivers.

It lights up and shows power. Again, the issue is that the computer is not detecting that a card is inserted into it. In reply to AdriannaYameen’s post on December 5, I have the same problem and it has been going on for months. I downloaded and tried everything. Now I have to drive to a military base to get on since my laptop isn’t working. All because I took an update!! Never would of thought this would happen. Next time I am rethinking any update, if I can even get this fixed.

I thought by taking the next couple of updates it would fix itself, but it hasn’t!! Thank you for this post!

DEERS checked my card then issued a new card just to be safe, same problem. Did you ever find a fix? I’m pulling for you! In reply to laura. I feel like I’m just waiting for the next Windows update later this year to hopefully fix the issue. Not sure why only some of us are having issues with this around the country In reply to AdriannaYameen’s post on January 7, Ironically, I live in England.

I will definitely let you know! Would be amazing if Microsoft found something. Fingers crossed! A subscription to make the most of your time. Try one month free. This site in other languages x.