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In the above picture, you can see the IC tag and the writer. I have not found a way to get the Windows machine to read the card, but on my Mac, the reader works with the IC tag reader and a type of swipe card reader. The only problem is I can’t get it to read any other kind of card, so it won’t work with the chip card reader that we carry at work. Does anyone have a clue as to how I can get it to work with the swipe card reader that we use?
If you need any help kindly let me know Thanks for your help.
Your readers are not working properly (they are not ISO 7816-1 compliant and thus most likely can't read e.g. contactless smartcards (such as those found on regular Visa cards) - they read ISO 14443-4 compliant cards, AFAIK). You can still use those (you probably already tried that) but they won't work with any card-chip readers.
However your Mac can read contactless smartcards. You can use an EMV swiper with those. I don't know how to describe them (in English) and the Wikipedia article is not in my language so I can't provide you further help.
Pray to Microsoft. They provide Windows driver for all their cards. And Microsoft literally means "Maximum Compatibility" in Esperanto, see Wikipedia. I suspect if you need a Windows driver for your IC cards, that it is not Microsoft hardware.
The IC cards are used where there is no bank account and no bank card to take the authentication data. These are called "Chip and PIN" cards in the UK and "Cash back cards" in the US. They are everywhere in Europe. You can use any card into this reader.
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