It’s a zip but niether winzip nor 7zip can open it properly. They seem to be the best bargain. There seems to be a problem with the Vista SD Driver. If anyone has heard of this problem before and can tell me what I’m doing wrong I’d really appreciate the help, Thanks. Now I plug in my SD card and get a prompt asking me is I want to import photos, perfect!
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Last edited by tinue on Fri Jun 08, 8: I have an extra copy of Vista for my X60s, but I want to be sure I can retain all or most of the battery life.
Bug # “On Thinkpad X60s and Z60 SD card reader doesn’t work” : Bugs : hal package : Ubuntu
X1 Carbon 6th Gen Battery drain in sleep. It could very well be that the autorun feature has corrupted on your installation and hence you won’t have the SD showing up in Explorer, at times you won’t even have access to the drive slot in this case at all.
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I haven’t tested this, so I could be wrong, but it was my cagd that notebook SD-card drives can’t deliver ReadyBoost performance that’s faster than caching the same files from the hard drive.
DavidE, can you please run test with a second known speed SD card, for example: Is this related to Bug ? I would think this is hal HAL issue, tho, because udev does make the device node for it.
In my computer no SD card shows up as a drive. Didn’t do any benchmarks on it though. Thank you guys for fast resolution.
Lenovo IBM Thinkpad X60s SD Card reader
Are you using one? This bug affect my mother’s HP Pavilion laptop too.
Forums Knowledge Base Blogs. As reported in this thread: I’d suggest you get the Autoplay Repair Wizard directly from Microsoft.
Although x61s with L is pretty old machine, but it is very classic one, recently I were trying to do some search on the L CPU overclock And it doesn’t exist in hardware. They seem to be the best bargain. By “in the camera,” do you mean you attached the camera to the USB port on your machine? On inserting the card, syslog tells me: I found a workaround on the german ubuntu forums: If you look in syslog you get the following error:.
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Built In SD card reader flashes but does not register any SD card. X60s – Lenovo Community
That’s indeed what I thought, but I was mistaken. Our commitment to the environment Lenovo is committed to environmental leadership from catd to product design and recycling solutions. I’m still using XP. Please do the steps in https: I’ve done some quick read tests with: When I capture pictures from the SanDisk card it is at least twice as fast through the camera than through the Thinkpad port.
These cards are all recognized in other computers and also in my SD-Camcorder.