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Looking for a PCI PCMCIA card reader compatible with Windows CE

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I am developping on a PC for a Windows CE platform and I already have a PCI graphic card and a PCI network card that are compatible with Windows CE.

But I just cannot find a PCMCIA card reader that I could use on my PC which is compatible with Windows CE.
Any hint?

Thank you very much
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is CE installed on the PC?
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here is all I can find that should support windows CE

http://www.quatech.com/catalog/drives_pcmcia.php
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Hmmm, ok, I will take a look at it.

In the meantime I had found this:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/embedded/usewinemb/ce/techrsrc/peripheral/default.aspx

Which also has a list of material.

Anyways, you get the points for having helped.

Thanks
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