I’d vote for the former. I’ve ordered a couple of cheap microsd card readers on ebay, and while they are read and recognized perfectly fine on the t60 using a 2gb microsd It’s looking like there’s a problem with SDHC by the data we’ve seen so far. I edited your topic title to hopefully attract a few more people with SD cards to this thread! Can anyone check persistent- storage. Anybody know any other information about the slot. You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications.

Uploader: Gomi
Date Added: 3 December 2017
File Size: 20.86 Mb
Operating Systems: Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/2003/7/8/10 MacOS 10/X
Downloads: 49561
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]

Ro robert-markula wrote on It’s looking like there’s a problem with SDHC by the data we’ve seen so far. Didn’t do any benchmarks on it though. I’d suggest you get the Autoplay Repair Wizard directly from Microsoft. No registered users and 5 guests.

I haven’t tested this, so I could be wrong, but it was my impression that notebook SD-card drives can’t deliver ReadyBoost performance that’s faster than caching the same files from the hard drive. I’d like to see more data.

Lenovo IBM Thinkpad X60s SD Card reader

Without disclosure on this, who can say. Message 4 of Would you be willing to do a quick speed test — copy 1 GB of large files photos, music etc onto a card, and then from card to hard disk, and time each operation? Can I manually carf attach it and which commands? Have you tried to reformat your harddrive to factory setting using rescue and recovery??? No registered users and 5 guests. If anyone has heard of this problem before and can tell me what I’m doing wrong I’d really appreciate the help, Thanks.


Thanks for checking again! Thanks I didnt think of that I’ll go ahead and try. Hello everyone, last week I found an eBay store in Germany which sells brand new genuine x60,x61 batteries for the very attractive price.

I can confirm this behaviour on my BenQ Joybook S61 intel centrino duo.

SD card reader X61s – Thinkpads Forum

These cards are all recognized in other computers and also rreader my SD-Camcorder. This is not a kernel bug, the drivers are loaded properly and the SD card can be mounted manually. See our Sustainability Report.

The online manual for the unit says it carx an SD slot, as does all the Lenovo hardware manuals and lit. As for the SD reader maxing out at 1. Both cards delivered ca. MB mangoblues wrote on IO port probe 0xcxcf7: My card reader use to work under Dapper and Edgy, so yes, I think this is a bug since it occured after installing Feisty.


Bug # “On Thinkpad X60s and Z60 SD card reader doesn’t work” : Bugs : hal package : Ubuntu

Email me about changes to this bug report. This bug is surely not in the kernel, as the driver is loaded fine, and the device node is created properly.

Read and write reacer with non-SDHC cards seems to be ok. Timo Kosig tiomo wrote on I think it is not a sdhc issue; the cards having the problem are all 2gb or smaller.

Although x61s with L is pretty old machine, but it is very classic one, recently I were trying to do some search on the L CPU overclock I’m trying cleanhandlers and the download seems to be a corrupt 24kb file, that wont open. I’ve spoken with Kingston and SanDisk and mentioned that a small, rounded nub-like USB drive would be good for just reeader situation.

For the moment I’m holding off buying an SD card until I see higher figures. I have this problem too in a Averatec series.