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Dual-Slot CFexpress Type B and SD 4.0 UHS-II Card Reader USB 3.2 Gen 2 10Gbps

Dual-Slot CFexpress Type B and SD 4.0 UHS-II Card Reader USB 3.2 Gen 2 10Gbps

Artikelnummer: 9112B

Dual-Slot CFexpress Type B & SD 4.0 UHS-II Card Reader


  1. Dual Slot Design:Compatible with CFexpress Card (Type-B) and SD 4.0 UHS-II Card (Support UHS-II (SD, SDXC, SDHC, RS-MMC, MMC Micro), compatible with UHS-I card)
  2. High Speed: USB3.2 Gen 2 theoretical transmission speed 10Gbps; Transfer from both card simultaneously at full speed 1.25Gb / S; Backward compatible with USB 3.1 and USB 3.0 up to 5Gbps. (280MB / S max Super Speed for SD 4.0 UHS- II)
  3. Compatible Multi OS: Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10 / Linux / MAC OS
  4. NOTICE: This product allows the data transmission between both the connected computer with both cards (CFexpress Type B Card and SD 4.0 UHS-II Card) simultaneously. However, some connecting port(s) may not be able to supply enough power (especially a USB-A connecting port) to allow the reading from both cards via the card reader simultaneously. When power being supplied is insufficient for two cards being read at the same time, an error message of "Device not recognized" would pop up. Simply removing one of the cards from the card reader and it will perform normally again. Or connect it to a USB-C connecting port, which would be able to supply enough power for the reading of both cards simultaneously.  


CFexpress Type B Memory Card is a storage media used on:

Canon EOS-1D X Mark III - DSLR Camera
Canon EOS R5 - Mirrorless Camera
Canon EOS R3 - Mirrorless Camera
Canon EOS C300 Mark III - Cinema EOS Camcorders
Canon EOS C500 Mark II

Nikon D6 DSLR Camera
Nikon Z6 Mirrorless Camera
Nikon Z6ii Mirrorless Camera
Nikon Z7 Mirrorless Camera
Nikon Z7ii Mirrorless Camera
Nikon Z9 Mirrorless Camera
Nikon D850 (with firmware update)

Panasonic Lumix DC-S1GA / DC-S1MGA
Panasonic Lumix DC-S1RGA / DC-S1RMGA
Panasonic Lumix DC-GH6 / DC-GH6L 



Frequently Asked Question about this product (FAQ)


Q: Why is my Card Reader / External Drive not Auto-Detected or being Auto-Assigned a Drive Letter each time it is connected to my Windows OS computer / laptop?


A: When you are facing “non-auto-assigning Drive Letter” issue using external card readers & USB Flash Drives, perform the below to solve the issue.


Making sure that the Virtual Disk service is running. You can check the status of this service in the services management console (services.msc).


This is how to do that:

  • Go to <Computer Management>
  • Click on <Services> Tab
  • Browse the list appeared for <Virtual Disk> and Double Click on it
  • Making sure the “Service Status” shows “Running” & all START, PAUSE & RESUME buttons are dimmed. If “Service Status” showing as “Stopped”, CLICK ON THE “START” button.
  • Restart your computer and try it again, the systems should now be able to auto-detect / auto-assign drive letters to all external card readers or drives.

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