Its recognizing the cards, but it does not work. Did anyone every find a solution to this problem. I want to boot from the built-in SD reader port directly. It says that there is not enough space to run the program–or at least something along those lines. Press the F12 key doesn’t show the SD reader port in the list. Anyone experienced this, but most importantly has anyone found a solution to this issue? April 13th, 9.
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These cards are all recognized in other computers and also in my SD-Camcorder. Goodbye Lorita, wherever you’ve gone I hope this helps.
Message 1 of 4. I searched Lenovo community and it all seems that there is no SD reader port boot option for the old X41 and X61 tablet laptops.
April 12th, 7. No, I have not updated the bios. Juggynut Blue Screen Again. With SD card, I can leave the card in the reader slot and never to worry about it.
I am using Windows Vista. April 12th, 6. Our commitment to the environment Lenovo is committed to environmental leadership from operations to product design and recycling solutions. I tried updating the same deader, and got the same error message. Originally Posted by chenxinghao.
I will check with Lenovo to see if there is an update.
This is my first install with Ubuntu And that is the problem. I think it is not a sdhc issue; the cards having the problem are all 2gb or smaller. They promised me to call me back but if you guys know something to solve that problem it would be much easier. In the bios, the start up list also doesn’t include the SD card reader.
The time now is Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: I have exactly the same issue. I currently use a Thinkpad TS and it still works Somewhere over the past year my SD Cards can no longer be ready.
It says that there is not enough space to run the program–or at least something along those lines. ThinkPad X1 gen3 power button cannot sleep.
Due to the limited space available on the HD, I want to Ubuntu Message Edited by phxnet on Press the F12 key doesn’t show the SD reader port in the list. Who is online Users browsing this forum: Did anyone every find a solution to this problem.
Hopefully one can help me, I already tried to call the IBM support, they are trying to find a solution, too. Message Edited by Juggynut on