Message 1 of I think it is not a sdhc issue; the cards having the problem are all 2gb or smaller. Message 6 of Lenovo is committed to environmental leadership from operations to product design and recycling solutions. I edited your topic title to hopefully attract a few more people with SD cards to this thread! Ian Jackson ijackson wrote on Message 2 of
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Hello, Just as a suggestion, and a question for you. I also have this problem on dapper amd Now this module gets loaded on sys bootup and it works.
On Mon, 17 JulCarthik Sharma wrote: By “in the camera,” do you mean you attached lenov camera to the USB port on your machine? If I recall clearly, this is a regression, as in earlier feisty it did mount. Writers Write Dell retired X61 tablet, L, DavidE, can you please run test with a second known speed SD card, for example: Message 5 of Does anyone happen to have this part?
Built In SD card reader flashes but does not register any SD card. X60s – Lenovo Community
Who is online Users browsing this forum: On removing the card: Cross-post here, with responses coming in before mine! This is the relevant syslog when removing the card: Setting latency timer of device Could it be udev rule problem?
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I’ve spoken with Kingston and SanDisk and mentioned that a small, rounded nub-like USB drive would be good for just this situation. Hello everyone, last week I found an eBay store in Germany which sells brand new genuine x60,x61 batteries for the very attractive price.
Now I plug in my SD card and get a prompt asking me is I want to import photos, perfect! This is definitely not a kernel bug, and even if it is, it still happens in feisty, which has 2. Unfortunately, I can find no specs for the SD slot.
On inserting the card, syslog tells me: Message 8 of In the camera the speed was ca. Since this bug affected a lot geader people, I would change the priority and tell mainteners to see the difference from early versions. Does my X thinkpad have M2 hdd slot?
In any case, your results are in spec. Our commitment to the environment Lenovo is committed to environmental leadership from operations to product design and recycling solutions. And it doesn’t exist in hardware.
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How did you measure the speed of the transfer to come to your conclusion? Not only in the extremly popular digital camera market, but also on mobile phones, MP3 players and the like. As reported in this thread: