I reformated the card in vista using the built-in formatter management console , again with FAT16, and now the card works flawlessly with Kubuntu Karmic. Did any of you guys figure anything out? ISO CD images are available from http: The software starts upon Windows startup see Registry key: I have tried the proposed workarounds, but none of them worked.
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Alcor Micro was founded in in Taiwan.
Download full text 5. See full activity log. Not everyone can code, and some of us try to help in other ways with documentation etc, but still, if it ain’t alcor micro multimedia card reader, it doesn’t get done The same issue appears also on Ubuntu Maverick Meerkat Tks to all who contributed.
Multimedia Card Reader by Alcor Micro – Should I Remove It?
The card reader works flawlessly with Vista Please do not test the kernel in the daily folder, but the alcor micro multimedia card reader all the way at the bottom. Always remember to perform periodic backups, or at least to set restore points.
I micrp there will be a solution for Linux soon, I don’t like having to boot Vista every time I want to access the pictures of my digicam: I’ve had a similar issue on Kubuntu Join Date Dec Beans 6. Click to Run a Alcor micro multimedia card reader Scan for readericon45G.
In lsusb – it displayed: Enable polling like described in http: So, it appears to be a driver issue. I don’t see how this bug can alcor micro multimedia card reader closed really – not until all the individual elements of this issue are multimeedia and reported as completely closed out. June 17th, 4. It will allow additional upstream developers to examine the issue.
Here is the output of lsusb, I will attach the verbose output too: Seems responsible for removable disks in Device Manager.
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I’ve used a set of SanDisk cards and many different types of usb devices. Run MalwareBytes to remove persistent malware.
Maybe this bug should be forwarded to bugzilla. It doesn’t appear to detect multijedia when I insert or remove a card, though if a card is connected on boot it does appear to find the SD card and fails to read capacity.
Multimedia Card Reader
Unfortunately this concerns just a “few” people so don’t count on getting this bug fixed. Some malware camouflages itself as readericon45G. A clean and tidy computer is the key requirement for avoiding problems with readericon45G. If you are unable to test the mainline kernel, for example it will not boot, please add the tag: Worked fine in 8. The readsr now is The program alcor micro multimedia card reader not visible.
I’ve done that and nothing happened I’ve tested the SD card reader. One user rated it as not so dangerous. Multimedia Card Reader don’t work after upgrading Ubuntu to 9. Join Date Jun Beans 6.
It is an Alcor card reader as above and my lsusb output reads as follows: