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I have a Bytecc bt-146 that has a multicard reader with 4 card slots and my system created 4 drives for them but the card reader only reads one card at a time. Is that a problem with configuration or is that a limitation of the system
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I'd say it's a limitation of the card reader itself. It's likely there is only one interface for all 4 slots, so only data from one can be read at a time. I'm not certain, it's just an assumption. I'm sure you will get more responses. A Guy
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