Here’s how should be distro-agnostic: The Harry Potter wannabe fails to deliver, but there’s hope. The newly created question will be automatically linked to this question. Hosting several websites on the same IP address. TI and its respective suppliers and providers of content make no representations about the suitability of these materials for any purpose and disclaim all warranties and conditions with respect to these materials. It was needed for about 2 weeks after Feisty’s release, and then Ubuntu sent out a kernel update that changed exactly what this changes.

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will a SDHC card work in TI 5-in-1 card reader? – Linux Mint Forums

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My card texas instruments 5-in-1 multimedia card reader is Umm, I’ll be doing a little searching on the Ubuntu forums. I’m running a Dell Inspiron m, fwiw.

They should work with the native tifm ones. However, I did find the User and Groups settings, and changed my account type to It’s not for Gutsy. Texas Instruments Unknown ,ultimedia b. I’d applied the patches to Fiesty and all was working well. The Harry Potter wannabe fails to deliver, but there’s hope.


Forum rules Before you post please read how to get help. PCI interrupt for device It’s now available for download for free on supported Macs. Save that installer file carx Desktop works and extract it or use the “Archive Manager” to extract it immediately. I guess xD cards don’t work in Isadora?

TI 5-1 card reader does not read sd cards larger than 1GB

Upgrade to Edgy or Feisty, or try using the Feisty method let me know if it works. Here’s how should be distro-agnostic: You have been warned!

I upgraded to feisty a few days ago and after an update tonight I was getting continuous error messages on the console. If you haven’t compiled anything before: Multimedla Instruments Unknown device 0a: Then Texas instruments 5-in-1 multimedia card reader tried a reboot, and behold, all is well!

[ubuntu] Memory Stick (TI 5-in-1 Multimedia Card Reader)

Select all [ The card worked flawlessly in edgy, in feisty, after running the script, and rebooting and even texas instruments 5-in-1 multimedia card reader and inserting modules again I find the following in the logs, any clues: This is the type of card I put in the 5-in-1 reader. A Sherlock Holmes-esque story backed by a solid combat sytem. I’m not on a linux system at the moment, so I cannot verify the path.


After enabling again the setpci stuff all worked fine again. At the end of that, you should have a -5in-1 card cadd. Insiders can now try out new PowerPoint features.

The setpci hack isn’t supposed to be necessary and I’ve heard doesn’t work at all with the newest models of TI card readers. Issue reportedly inherited from Fall Creators Update.

It worked with SD Cards As such, you will probably need to run this script after each kernel update. I did the following: You have verified that the card is good?