glgxg at sbcglobal.net
Fri Sep 28 00:43:11 UTC 2007
On 09/27/2007 01:21 PM, norman wrote:
> < snip >
>> Try it the other way round.
>> Disconnect both. Reboot.
>> Open the system log viewer. It's under the System | Administration menu.
>> Open the kernel view (kern.log). This will tell you if the system
>> recognises the reader.
>> *Now* plug the *empty* card reader.
>> Did the system log indicate that a new device had been detected?
> Not that I could see.
It would be helpful if you gave a little more information than:
> Following the advice I was given, because my camera is not recognised, I
> bought a USB card reader. I plugged the card in and connected the reader
> to the computer using the cable supplied. A little lamp lit up on the
> reader but nothing else seemed to happen. I had expected to get an icon
> appearing on the desktop that I could use to access my images but this
> did not happen.
I imagine that if perhaps you told the list a few basic details someone
might be able to help.
1. What camera model?
2. What cardreader model?
3. What cardreader USB interface? (USB 1.1 or 2.0)
4. What USB ports & type on your system? (USB 1.1 or 2.0) (manufacture)
Hello? Nobody here is a mind reader. Please don't make folks play
guessing games trying to figure out your problem. Your post is akin to
me posting and saying: I bought a CD, put it into my computer, a little
lamp lit up and nothing happened...
Not trying to insult you, but please realize that this is not Dell tech
support... a little help from your side is expected :-)
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