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Old 07-19-2008, 06:25 AM   #1
sriram482
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Smile Multi Card Reader pop_up window was not coming


Hi All,

when i am connecting my multi cardreader(3cards) with linux_pc port it was
detecting by linux.But it was not automatically mounted. when i am click on
the drives then only it is going to mounted. mount letters are coming as usbdisk,usbdisk-1,...etc.

But when i am connecting other standerd card readers (single / multi), automatically pop_up windows are coming and mounted.
mount Letter are coming as Name of card (during format whatever name i am giving).

All these thing are working fine with Windows Pc.

I am using Ubuntu linux version.
 
  


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