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Old 02-06-2006, 07:28 AM   #1
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Unhappy Pcmcia problem with toshiba satellite 2180cdt


Hi to all !

With news kernels (2.4.x 2.6.x) i have a problem with pcmcia card bus .

When the cardmgr starts the system halt (inserted card or not) . If the card is out
(bios to "PCIC Compatible")and I put it this time (system halt ) then the system runs and
the cardmgr detects the card .

My pcmcia bus is "i82365".



With kernels 2.2.x No problem .

Thanks for your time !
 
  


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