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Okay, sorry for venting on your post but not having the SD card show up when I put it in the slot was the proverbial last straw. check over here I'm thoroughly grateful for your reply; I've been one week on the Forum with no assistance. Not the answer you're looking for? So got an SD card and was all prepared to get an OS up and running on it.
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Ubuntu does not see the MicroSD card. I guess you get what you pay for, or rather somebody is going to get paid one way or the other (this isn't free). AC Liz Rice December 30, 2009 at 2:40 am Great post!!
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Try installing the library. After I restarted, it worked well. Browse other questions tagged sd-card card-reader or ask your own question.
Sorry guys, that's just the way it seems to be. Hope you can help ! on the next reboot, your sd card will work very fine. weblink These realtek sd card readers connected via usb are a pain, they lockup and disappear from the usb bus, and only a full power off (removing power cord and battery, since
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