Bay Devices     FP37

■ Supports standard 19pin USB 3.0 internal connector

■ Fits in any 3.5” external drive bay

■ Full support for SDXC card

■ Additional SuperSpeed USB 3.0 port

■ Supports USB 3.0 for maximum data transfer

         SilverStone’s continued push to popularize USB 3.0 has resulted in the development of FP37, one of the first card readers to take advantage of USB 3.0 standard’s increased speed. The new SDXC format is supported for greater capacity and faster transfer speed as well as nearly all other memory card formats. To make integration of FP37 more seamless, both black and silver colored front bezels are included.

CF card needs to be installed upside down.

Model No. SST-FP37
Enclosure mterial SECC
Color Black with extra silver front panel
Front I/O Ports 1 x USB 3.0 port
Interface USB 3.0 (5Gbps)
Media card power requirement USB powered
Media card support SD / SDHC / SDXC / Mini SD / Micro SD(T-Flash)(No Card Adapter Required) / MS / MS Duo / MS PRO / MS PRO Duo / MS Micro(M2)(No Card Adapter Required) / MS PRO-HG Duo / MMC / RS MMC / MMC Micro / MMC Mobile / xD / CF
Operating system support Windows XP, Vista, Mac OS 9.x / X, Windows 7 / Win8
Dimension 101.6mm (W) x 25.5mm (H) x 136mm (D)
4" (W) x 1" (H) x 5.35" (D)
Weight 0.3kg
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FP37 firmware
       Note:Improve system compatibility
293 KB
FP37 High resolution photos
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FP37 eDM (EN-FP37.jpg)
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A:There are two versions of FP37, please check your serial number below and download the appropriate firmware.
Note: if incorrect firmware is used, the FP37 will still function properly but it might affect the LED light’s function.

Download firmware FW0561 and install by executing the unzipped file.Download

Download firmware DP04 and install by executing the unzipped file.Download

A:Please make sure all cables have been connected firmly and correctly. Also go to “Device Manager” if a yellow question mark appears like the below diagram, it means your motherboard’s driver is not up-to-date, please download the latest driver from your motherboard’s manufacturer website to solve this problem.

Start → Control Panel → Device Manager→ Under View select Device by connection → PCI bus
Under PCI bus, there will by multiple PCI standard PCI to PCI bridge devices.
Click open the available options until the device appears like the attached diagram