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Re: Smart Card Resources Manager Under Windows XP - SCrdSvr.exe
From: Eric Perlin (ericperlWINDOWS.MICROSOFT.COM)
Date: Wed Jul 23 2003 - 09:35:22 CDT
If you installed the old Smart Card Base Components (meant for Win9x and
NT4) on XP, you have corrupted the smartcard subsystem.
Eric Perlin [MS]
From: SmartCardSDK [mailto:SmartCardSDKDISCUSS.MICROSOFT.COM] On Behalf
Of SUBSCRIBE SmartCardSDK Barry
Sent: Wednesday, July 23, 2003 6:31 AM
Subject: Re: Smart Card Resources Manager Under Windows XP - SCrdSvr.exe
Thanks for your advice...
I have the ACS Development Kit which includes both the Serial and USB
Readers. Im not able to get the serial device to work either thats why
think there is a problem with the Smart Card Subsystem.
I have been able to get the USB device to work on a different XP machine
and all is fine?? Its a strange one i will check out the ACS website...
You dont happen to have or know anybody that does have experience in
basic and using the "winscard.dll" or could you point me in the
of some good tutorials/ e-books
On Wed, 23 Jul 2003 09:19:02 -0400, Michael Ward <mward10STNY.RR.COM>
>I understand that the ACR30U will not work right with XP. You need to
>the serial version. Go to Advance Cards Systems website and there is
>information on this problem
>From: SmartCardSDK [mailto:SmartCardSDKDISCUSS.MICROSOFT.COM] On
>SUBSCRIBE SmartCardSDK Barry
>Sent: Wednesday, July 23, 2003 8:41 AM
>Subject: Smart Card Resources Manager Under Windows XP - SCrdSvr.exe
>Can you please help me i am having major troubles getting my ACR30U
>Card Reader/Writer to operate under windows XP.
>The device installs properly! however, when i try and access the device
>doesn't work. When i check to see if the Smart Card Resources Manager
>Service is running under windows XP it is stopped and i am unable to
>it as it reports there is a dependency problem but when you check the
>dependencies, there is none.
>Has anybody else experienced this problem? I have tried it on another
>with XP installed and the device works fine. Could the service have
>corrupt? I have tried reinstalling the MS Smart Card Base Components
>this doesnt help either.
>Please somebody help it is getting really frustrating!