I tried making a blank text file called “config” and saving it to the Join over , other people just like you! This site is completely free — paid for by advertisers and donations. Macworld MacUser iPhone Central. It reports that the video driver is not PCI, and won’t start until I reboot without the card inserted. This compensation may impact how and where products appear on this site including, for example, the order in which they appear. PME disabled Feb 11

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New other see details. The CD that came with the card doesn’t have any drivers on it. Have you tried it again now that you have restarted? DaveBurnettOct 12, I’ll come back as I discover more, but if anyone can take this carcbus and turn it into a working configuration I’d truly appreciate it.

When I remove the card that entry disappears. Provides 2 eSATA ports 1. Well, this is a mystery.

USB 2 CardBus and USB 2 External Hard Drive

If you could manipulate that directory or the config file, you wouldn’t need to be here since it would be working. CD-ROM drive or internet connection.


Connect two USB low- full- or high-speed devices. Thanks again – gibby I had to remove the battery and reboot. PME disabled Feb 11 On that Device manager screen, there is an option to show hidden devices under View. I don’t know much about these files or folders Click here for complete coverage of Lion on Macworld.

But I cannot understand why it’s not working in Ubuntu 9. For now, good to know that Because of this I switched to XUbuntu 9.

[PPC] CardBus USB Card not recognized – PowerBook c [Archive] – Ubuntu Forums

cojpusa Anyone have any more clues about this issue? I looked in the device manager, but not sure what to look for. Looks like my system doens’t recognize the card, but I get the little green icon near the clock at the bottom of the screen. But plugging anything into it just crashes the laptop again. I’ll look up Orangeware.

I’m going to investigate disabling the system’s discovery and access to the internal USB in the hopes that it will allow installation of the external, but if I’m barking up the wrong tree here please let me know.


How do I get this usb thing, plugged into this PC card, to work? I just inserted a SanDisk 32MB woohoo! It also works fine on a more modern mac with OS X. Most situations that may arise can be solved with polite communication.

USB Cardbus Adapter crashes my laptop

The reason you can’t touch it is because it doesn’t actually exist until there’s a card installed and working in the slot the “files” are just stubs until the card starts which is why they’re all zero bytes. I’m wondering if a different brand of USB 2 CF card reader might work better or if buying a different one would just result in the same problem.

I’m puzzled by this line: Based on some digging, my suspicion is that the change from pcmcia-cs to pcmciautils and the switch to using hotplug to access the pcmcia drivers is why it won’t work now.