USB Mass Storage device detected [ Multimedia Card Reader has run happily in Win7 for years but was a complete no show under Xubuntu Peter Wu lekensteyn wrote on For what it’s worth, this issue is fixed for me, with the hardware discussed in comment 12, since Ubuntu When insert memory card – nothing happened only green diod light Ubuntu 9.
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Having trouble installing a piece of hardware? USB disconnect, device number 4 Dec 28 Device offlined – not ready after error recovery Dec 28 Or am I going to be making another trip to MicroCenter next week The device in question mesia an internal card reader – Alcor Micro Corp. For me this bug can be closed, although there seems to be a problem with some FAT partitions which work in vista and not with linux Master Alcod 10 16gb.
Please note, not filing a new report would delay your problem being addressed as quickly as possible. And to be honest, I couldn’t wait three years to have it fixed – I already bought an external replacement. So, it appears to be a driver issue.
Multimedia Card Reader don’t work after upgrading Ubuntu to 9. Bus Device Test and publish the speed of your USB flash drive.
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I hope there will be a solution for Micr soon, I don’t like having to boot Vista every time I want to access the pictures of my digicam: Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. There is also a summary pagewhich contains a summary of speed tests for USB drives that accumulated 5 speed tests or more.
June 17th, 4. Tags for this Thread cardreader. I wondered if it was because the ALCOR isn’t configed in the kernel modules, so tried looking and got this: Caed to all who contributed. Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct.
IO errors with SDHC – Alcor Micro Corp. Multi Flash Reader – seen before?
Results 1 to 10 of I can read gigabytes of data no problem and I can also write small files, create dirs and use fsck -r without a problem. I reformated the card car vista using the built-in formatter management consoleagain with FAT16, and now the card works flawlessly with Kubuntu Karmic.
But I have no idea where to get the driver or help. Which corp.mult why I’m posting on your old thread to see if you found a solution.
By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features. I only found old references to SD cards not being recognised. Also my reader does not support SDHC types.
Thank you for your understanding. Sebastian Nohn sebastian-nohn wrote on Note that the change will affect all block devices, not just the card reader, maybe not what you want.
If the mainline kernel does not fix this bug, please add the tag: It will automatically gather and attach updated debug information to this report. So the hardware worked mirco the kernel driver worked too to some extent, just scanning at insertion time was broken.