So it’s another reason. It could be because all the usb hubs are on pci bus 0 and the card reader is on pci bus 2. I’m typing this from ubuntu which is on a cf card which is on an external card reader which I booted up from the bios. In the first case i can boot but in the second one I can’t. It won’t work in the card reader itself because the bios won’t recognize it as a bootable device. And in my case it isn’t true.
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I’m going to keep playing around with the sd card, but as it is right now, I can’t get it to boot or even be recognized in the bios. Dynamic Video Memory Technology 4. HP Readeg Sanitizer, memory change alert, power-on password, security lock slot cable lock sold separatelysystem password.
The cf card works great. I’m sure it’ll work.
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Message 5 of Message 7 reeader This is an internal reader, right? Message 4 of It works very well, very quick. I’m gonna do the same thing with an sd card. Where to Buy See All. Message 6 of Hard Drive Spindle Speed.
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It is strange that the bios doesn’t recognize the reader as bootable.
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And in my case it isn’t true. So, can’t boot from it. So, an external card reader shows up but the internal one doesn’t.
Rwader long as the bios recognizes it and lists it in the boot order. HP Compaq p Specs. Well, I mistook the external card reader for the usb hard drive in the bios.