driver utility seems fooled by O2 Micro Integrated MS/xD Controller
I check with the driver utility to see if all the found devices have a driver loaded.
For a O2 Micro, Inc Integrated MS/xD Controller the utility returns "IPS" and in the info
dialog I get:
Driver URL:openindiana.org node name: pci1734,10b8 Vendor: O2 Micro, Inc. Device: Integrated MS/xD Controller Sub-Vendor: Fujitsu Technology Solutions binding name: pci1734,10b8 devfs path: /pci@0,0/pci1002,4371@14,4/pci1734,10b8 pci path: 5,4,3 compatible name: (pci1217,7130.1734.10b8.1)(pci1217,7130.1734.10b8)(pci1734,10b8)(pci1217,7130.1)(pci1217,7130)(pciclass,018000)(pciclass,0180) driver name: unknown assigned-addresses: 82052310 reg: 52300 compatible: pci1217,7130.1734.10b8.1 model: Mass storage controller power-consumption: 1 devsel-speed: 2 interrupts: 1 max-latency: 0 min-grant: 0 subsystem-vendor-id: 1734 subsystem-id: 10b8 unit-address: 4,3 class-code: 18000 revision-id: 1 vendor-id: 1217 device-id: 7130
After installation, seemingly firstname.lastname@example.org,5.11-0.151.1 and apparently without error, the utility instructs that a reboot may be necessary in order to load the driver. Upon reboot and subsequent running of the same utility, nothing seems to have happened and "IPS" is still indicated.
pkg list driver/storage/ata indicates that the driver is installed.
How to configure the memory card reader?
Updated by Ken Mays over 6 years ago
- Status changed from New to Closed
- Target version deleted (
- % Done changed from 0 to 100
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