QUOTE(xboxmods2977 @ Feb 19 2012, 05:05 PM)
Ok, what is happening is Windows 7 64-bit is throwing your memory card reader into the "generic USB hub" category, which it is not. The driver contained in the reader software for it is not written for 64-bit OS'es, so Windows will not apply it to your device and accept it as something other than a USB hub.
To confirm this, unplug the reader from your PC, open device manager and count how many devices you have under the "Universal Serial Bus controllers" category. Next, plug in the EMPTY card reader, and then count how many devices you now have under the "Universal Serial Bus controllers" category to see if the number has increased by one.
I plugged an empty memory card reader into the usb and the number remains at 6. In fact just to make sure nothing was wrong with it I plugged a flash drive into a USB slot and the category added a "USB Mass Storage Device". Upon unplugging it the newly added piece of hardware went away.
All I know is putting a memory card in it has it show up as an "unknown device"