Standard SD Host Controller vendor: Thanks in advance Attached Files. If you could, please attach your lsusb output so we can confirm you indeed have the same hw. If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. Hi Fabain, Just curious if you’ve tested with Jaunty 9. There are one of two ways you should be able to test: April 29th,
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Standard SD Host Controller vendor: This is the case whether or not i insert an SD card during bootup.
May or may not be relevant: Thanks in advance Attached Files. Your first attachment is basically useless. I have send E-mail to JMicron support.
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Last Jump to page: I have Slackware Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. I tried reformatting the Dane when cardd Windows to see if that would help. Last edited by kmceng on Are you new to LinuxQuestions. Welcome to Ask Ubuntu! The card reader is only detected cagd booting with a SD Card inserted.
I think I’ll need to find anything else Any ideas what to do next?
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Yes, it works for other formats, and yes the card the initial reporter was using worked with Windows. Donations Please support your operating system’s further development: Sign up using Email and Password.
MS i don’t have to test. It didn’t change squat though. Of course, yours may be a completely different problem. Board index All times are UTC. Thanks for the hints.
SD Host controller product: However, it mentions a “default mode” and “high speed mode” section 3. Run these commands on reaer terminal as root:. I’ve noticed live distros like knoppix also do not work with this card reader either.
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