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Is there a setting in FireFox that prevents Generic USB Card Swipers from working?

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Clients of mine are having issues with this. I tested their card readers in NotePad to ensure they are functioning correctly which they are, and they even work in a different browser like Chrome. The problem is the software I have works best with FireFox but the clients need to be able to swipe credit cards and it looks like the problem is between the card reader and browser. Help!

Clients of mine are having issues with this. I tested their card readers in NotePad to ensure they are functioning correctly which they are, and they even work in a different browser like Chrome. The problem is the software I have works best with FireFox but the clients need to be able to swipe credit cards and it looks like the problem is between the card reader and browser. Help!

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guigs 1072 solutions 11697 answers

I do know tha you can add devices to this module:

  • Tools > Options> Advanced > Security Devices > Device Manager dialog box lists all currently-configured security modules

However I would imagine that it would depend on the reader?

I do know tha you can add devices to this module: *Tools > Options> Advanced > Security Devices > Device Manager dialog box lists all currently-configured security modules However I would imagine that it would depend on the reader?