Toshiab Equium A60 with PCMCIA Problem - *** DANGER *** unable
to remove socket power
linux at dominikbrodowski.net
Wed Feb 16 14:42:32 EST 2005
On Wed, Feb 16, 2005 at 05:15:17PM +0000, Seb Payne wrote:
> Hi Al
> I was reading the at http://pcmcia.arm.linux.org.uk/ and this seems to
> describe the problem I am having with my Toshiba laptop. The Equium
> A60 (which I believe is the same as the Toshiba A60-302) will work
> with non-Cardbus PCMCIA cards (I have tried a Dell TrueMobile 1150 and
> a MultiModem) which are both picked up fine using cardctl ident.
> However, I can not use any Cardbus cards. I think this is because of
> the problem described on the page saying *** DANGER *** unable to
> remove socket power. When the machine boots up, the lights come on the
> card (but very dimly) and when I check the /var/log/warn file, I see a
> linux kernel: mtrr: 0xa0000000,0x4000000 overlaps existing
This is (most likely) unrelated.
> Then, when I eject the card (phyiscally I mean), I get this error
> PCMCIA: socket ca76f42c: *** DANGER *** unable to remove socket power.
> What do I need to add to the kernel command lines (my GRUB startup
> file) to stop this from occuring? I have tried SuSE 9.2, Fedora Core 3
> and Ubuntu Linux 4.10.
> Any ideas gratefully recieved.
Please send me a /proc/iomem, /proc/ioport and (complete) dmesg.
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