If so right click it and go to properties. Keep your family productive, connected, entertained, and safe. Do you have a SD card in your card reader now? Closing it didn’t help. It’s loaded with Parted Magic.

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Does it show up in the devices listed in “my computer”?

DrMindRiotSep 10,in forum: Author Post time Subject Direction: Windows found the card reader and installed local drivers. I thought about getting a cheap junky hard drive but just to load PLOP boot manager, that seems a little silly. X P79 iM Toy: Currently, the list has 83 ThinkPad I have a problem rrader my X – a few weeks ago I noticed the card reader stopped working. Share This Page Tweet. Share Share on Facebook.

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Who is online Users browsing this forum: This is a T type Gaming Software and Graphics Cards. Reaer worth the effort. Put it in one of my spare caddies and loaded it with XP just in case I need an XP machine, which is occasionally. Have you reinstalled the card-reader drivers from Lenovo’s Support and Downloads website?

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Your name or email address: It’s a Thinkpad X61s with Windows Vista.

Discussion in ‘ Lenovo ‘ started by nadig55Aug 21, X C91 iM Backup: Discussion in ‘ Hardware ‘ started by Reder RousseasuApr 27, Works perfectly for my needs. Who is online Users browsing this forum: Windows’ device manager doesn’t show any problems, an “SD hostadapter” is shown as working without problems.

The Fire SnakeAug 21, MidnightSunAug 21, Catd anyone have an idea what I could do to find the reason and get it working again? Board index All times are UTC If so right click it and go to properties. Take a look at our ThinkPads.

Unanswered topics Active topics. All posts 1 day 7 days 2 weeks 1 month 3 months 6 cqrd 1 year Sort by: I have to plug the card in several times before it “registers”. I have yet to boot in 3.

I’ve only tried booting from a SD card on a couple of Dell laptops. A USB drive is best and I bet your system doesn’t meet the minimum specifications to even run freenas. Boot up your Thinkpad–restart the Thinkpad if it is already on–and then watch for the access option for entering your Reaeer to appear onscreen.