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CF USB Reader only works once?

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Helllo. I have been having a challenge with a USB reader. It is a 6 in 1, USB 2.0 reader. It works fine the first time I plug it into my 12" G4. I properly eject a CF card by clicking on the disk and hitting a Cmd + E, and then remove the device.

The problem arises if I need the USB reader again, if I try to plug it in, the reader does not get power and I end up having to shut down all the programs and restart the computer.

I haven't really trouble shooted this in terms of trying other readers, as I would really like for this one reader to work...even if another of the various readers I have do work.

Any ideas?

Thanks a bunch!!
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