August 3rd, I wasn’t very clear: I have not received an error message via mail. If I let the system sleep and then wake it up, the card reader does not work. August 3rd, 8. I have posted a bug report on quite a similar issue with the SD-card reader of the Acer Aspire V same Broadcom chip. There are some mentions of broadcom quirks and UHS mode in there.
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Broadcom card-reader BCM/BCM doesn’t work on ubuntu ` LTS – Ask Ubuntu
It seems to be recognised, but I can’t access any SD card. Llinux still exist on Ubuntu Thanks for helping me out with how to do the reporting: Rohith Madhavan 6, 2 20 Broadcom BCM Hi, is the driver loaded?
You may wish to upgrade to Trusty Source: When the reader works, I get the following messages in dmesg, which are absent when the reader does not work: To post a comment you must log in.
The card should mount and you should see it on your desktop or in your filemanager. I trimmed it down to 51KB by removing lots of less relevant log data. Everything works with a little tweaking here and therebut unfortunately the build-in card-reader terrebly fails.
Magnus Hoff maghoff wrote on Broadcom BCM Nope, nothing’s changed.
bcm5765 I set up outputs that I saw in other threads is most requested for help, but I’m not sure what those commands mean: August 3rd, 6. Copyright c Pierre Ossman [ 1. Base Board Asset Tag dmi. Any idea how to load sdhci?
How to solve Broadcom SD card reader issue with Linux –
SDHCI controller found [14e4: The time now is Secure Digital Host Controller Interface driver [ 1. The mail was plaintext all along. I really need this to work, and there seem to be a lot of people having issues with linux and card-readers, but unfortunately I haven’t found a solution yet. Broadcom BCM I assume I had to connect my cable to the new laptop in order to check the last command, which I did sorry I’m saying those stupid things: Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Last Jump to page: Tried this a mix of above workarounds and it worked for the first use of the SD card bck57765, but if remove the card and put it in again, it isn’t recognized.
I tried to install different linux distros: It looks like I will have to allocate some time for it later, though. Notice that the card is incorrectly recognized as “high speed Bck57765.
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