I confirm that it doesn’t work with the update. I’ve read several open tickets and forum thread from ubuntuforums. Broke X that took a while to fix Copied 1 file, copied several files at once. And ubuntu feisty will apparently have 2. Today Texas Instruments is considered to be one of the most ethical companies in the world.

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Texas Instruments PCIxx12 SDA Standard Compliant SD Host Controller –

Thanks for the howto! And when I remove it I have [ I just did that, and I got this:. Get the perfect match for your driver More than cokpliant million happy users.

I didn’t check the logs, my bad: If anyone wants info from the device manager just let me know. Download full text I can read and write SD cards have not yet tested other cards. But, I still have no luck at all???: Declined for Feisty by Ben Collins. Please, Andrew, this was NOT a crit of you or the bug reporting and bug killing efforts of ssa Ubuntu community. Right click standafd the “My Computer” Icon on your desktop and select “Properties.


Hello, I’ve done all the steps the How To described, but nothing gets better Open the terminal and type in lspci -vvvv grep CardBus Mine is and this fix is also reported to work for b. Rebooted again and now it doesn’t work at all. Intimately after I insert the card: Just install the kernel from gutsy instrunents feisty.

I don’t know much about memory cards, this is my first There doesn’t seem to be any way to unmount them once they’re there. How do I backup?? I suspect this is a mmc problem as lshal -m gives Start monitoring devicelist: Please support our project by allowing our site to show ads. I just hope that the Memory Stick drivers come around relatively soon I have a Sony digital camera. Awesome, Worked a charm.: I was just about to ask that.

A third segment includes DLP, education technology and other smaller product lines. It seems to be working reliably now.

I believe in contributing to the community and reporting problems, but I am getting a little fed up with this particular bug. Here is my lspci output: I upgraded to Edgy and now I’m trying to get my card reader to work.


Texas Instruments Unknown device Texas Instruments Secure Digital host controller. What I can see in “dmesg” after inserting the MMC card: Is it a compatible card; What I’m doing wrong; Thanx for your help.

Bug # “tifm: Texas Instruments Card reader not reading SD c” : Bugs : udev package : Ubuntu

I have tried and tried everything i can find, including this post with no luck. But How to update your drivers? Thanks a million for the shellscript solution – finally got my SD cardreader to work on my Toshiba laptop by this method.