README.TXT Driver File Contents (

+                  RICOH Media Driver 		                       	    +
+                     Release Version V1009-Inv 	                    +
+                        Aug 6, 2003.  	                            	    +

Thank you for adopting RICOH PCI-CardBus/IEEE 1394/MediaCard Controller.  
The drivers in this release are compatible with 
the following RICOH Controllers:

Model Number

   [1]  Directory structure
   [2]  Suppoted Media
   [3]  Driver Revision History
   [4]  About Secure API
   [5]  RICOH Technical Support

[1] Directory structure

   +--Readme.txt  ( This file )
   +--Rmedia.inf  ( INF File                 (Ver.
   +--Rmedia.sys  ( Driver                   (Ver.1.04.01))  ( Cabinet File for WindowsXP )
   +--Snymsico.dll( Memory Stick Icon DLL    (Ver.
   +--sdripci.dll ( Secure API DLL              (Ver.3.097))

[2]  Suppoted Media
   1. SD/MMC
   2. SmartMedia
   3. Memory Stick
   4. Memory Stick PRO

[3] Driver Revision Histroy

V1000     	(DriverVer=12/05/2001,1.00.2001)
     	First Public Release
     	Windows XP Logo'd driver

V1003          	(DriverVer=05/30/2002,1.02.02)
     	Update internal handling for the latest WHQL program.
	Windows XP Logo'd driver

V1004	    	(DriverVer=09/10/2002,1.02.04)
     	Add suppoted devices for R5C591/R5C593
     	Change Driver's name to "RMedia"
     	Support Memorystick-format
	Not support Safe Removable Icon in Task Tray

V1005          	(DriverVer=09/20/2002,1.02.04)
     	Minor update(Internal handling)

V1007		(DriverVer=12/18/2002,1.03.00)
        Support SmartMedia ROM.
        Change Error handling of Memorystick.
	Fix WinCE devices cannot read the formatted media with R5C590/591/593.

V1008		(DriverVer=06/04/2003,1.03.01)
	- Fixed issue that it might not be able to play the Music 
	  on a MG(MagicGate) portable player when add some files 
	  in the MG Memory Stick which includes the MG formatted Mugic.
	- WindowsXP Logo'd driver

V1009		(DriverVer=06/26/2003,1.04.01)
	- Support MemoryStick PRO
	- WindowsXP Logo'd driver

Notes: The meaning of characters behind a version number.
-Inv	- SD Write Protect Signal Polarity : High active

-Psv	- Passive Adapter Version 
	    SD Write Protect Signal Polarity : Low active
	    Support Safe Removable Icon in Task Tray 

[4]  About Secure API

    Secure API is used to support SDMI(Secure Digital Music Initiative) compliant 
    If you have to support these applications, please use "sdripci.dll".
   This Installer installs it automatically to 
   "<Windows Dir>\system32\sda".(For example "C:\Windows\system32\sda")

    To obtain customer support for your RICOH product, please send a 
    E-Mail to the appropriate address listed below.    (ASIA / Japan)         (USA)

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How To Update Drivers Manually

After your driver has been downloaded, follow these simple steps to install it.

  • Expand the archive file (if the download file is in zip or rar format).

  • If the expanded file has an .exe extension, double click it and follow the installation instructions.

  • Otherwise, open Device Manager by right-clicking the Start menu and selecting Device Manager.

  • Find the device and model you want to update in the device list.

  • Double-click on it to open the Properties dialog box.

  • From the Properties dialog box, select the Driver tab.

  • Click the Update Driver button, then follow the instructions.

Very important: You must reboot your system to ensure that any driver updates have taken effect.

For more help, visit our Driver Support section for step-by-step videos on how to install drivers for every file type.

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