Problem with microSD card…

Problem with microSD card…

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  • #58409

    Oultaid
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    Hello.

    I have a problem with the microSD card on my Cube i7 Book; when Windows starts the tablet doesn’t recognize the microSD card. I have to remove it and then re-insert the card. After doing this, everything works correctly.

    Someone else has the same problem? Is there a solution to the problem?

    Thank you!

    #58583

    Oultaid
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    Can anybody help me?

    #58721

    Jay
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    I know there’s a SD support setting somewhere in the BIOS (been a whle so not sure exactly where) – maybe changing that might help?

    #58840

    Evest
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    I have the same problem… ¿Any solution?

    #58868

    Katagiri
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    Another user told the Patriot 128GB Class 10 is working with no problems.

    #59007

    Doug Lung
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    I’m that user. Windows 10 seems to work with some SD cards and not others, for no reason.

    I have Arch Linux dual booting on my Cube and it didn’t have a problem with any of the cards, but I had to swap cards from other tablets and cell phones until I found one that worked with Windows 10.

    The Patriot class 10 has been rock solid for a few months now. I shouldn’t say that too loud as I’ve had other cards work for a while (after a driver update) and then stop working in Windows later. This seems to be a fairly common problem with Chinese Windows 10 tablets. It could be as simple as a registry setting — that fixed the problem on my Teclast X98 Pro.

    #59013

    Katagiri
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    The registry setting also works with Cube i7?

    Mine is stucked at customs and it will take long, according to them the fiscalization has a huge delay, I’ll test my cards as soon as I get it. If none work, I’ll buy a Patriot for myself.

    In the past I had a Chinese Android tablet that refused to read a Sandisk card I had but it was able to read a Kingston card and I still have it.

    #59097

    Doug Lung
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    I found the link to a driver download in the TechTablets Telcast X98 Pro forum about a year ago. The poster mentioned that it appeared the driver didn’t actually install any software, just changed some registry settings. This was for a different tablet (Intel Z8700 based) with perhaps a different SD card reader so not sure it would work on the Cube i7, although it is also Intel based. Unfortunately I didn’t note what the registry changes were and don’t have access to the tablet now but probably will next month. I’ll see if I can grab the “inf” file from the driver and see what changed. Might be worth a try…

    #59103

    Katagiri
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    Can you link the driver here? I’ll take a look myself at its files.

    Thanks.

    EDIT: I was browsing a little and look like if you go to BIOS and enable “MS Custom Sdbus Driver” it will work.

    I think I found the registry key as well:

    Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
    
    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\sdbus\Parameters]
    "DisableUhsSupport"=dword:00000000
    #59294

    ssszzz
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    Hi,

     

    where did you find that setting in the bios? I somehow can not find it myself. Thanks.

    #59301

    Katagiri
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    From Teclast X98 Pro forums. I have no idea if Cube i7 has it, mine didn’t arrive yet due to slow customs. It’s at Bios – Advanced – System Component – MS Custom Sdbus Driver – Enable.

    It should look like this, if OS Image ID is not Windows 10, the option will not appear:

    You can try the registry key as well.

    #59407

    ssszzz
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    Yes I tried, but there is no System Components submenu to begin with. Nevertheless I checked all other submenus but was unable to find the MS Custom SDBus Driver option…

    #59410

    Katagiri
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    I don’t have any options. I guess I’ll have to wait for my device to be delivered and try to figure out a way to solve this.

    Did you try the registry key?

    #59416

    ssszzz
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    Yes, but changed the SD card to a working one (I only have one card) so I cannot confirm any more if the reg hack did the trick…

    #59417

    Katagiri
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    Can you tell the model of the card that is working? Maybe some models work and others don’t.

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