Tbook 11 Keyboard & Micro SD (TF) problems

Tbook 11 Keyboard & Micro SD (TF) problems

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  • #44648

    Jade Thaveekij
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    Heh heh tested popping in and out a few cards and all work ok.

    it works right the first time on my restart. But it takes three restarts for it to stop warning for me.

    I should stop swaping card as the eject mechanism may stop working as above.

    -= Jade =-
    Teclast TBOOK 11
    from Bangkok, Thailand

    #44894

    pinky
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    • Posts: 19

    well i updated no worries… but android will only read 32 or 128 cards as 1.85 gb ?

    #44925

    Jade Thaveekij
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    i got it works fine on 16 / 32 / 64 man.

    got a strange behavior after the update though.  happening all the time.

    if i put Windows to Hibernate, when restarts, Wifi will not reconnect.  Device will disappear.  Works when shutdown and restart.

    -= Jade =-
    Teclast TBOOK 11
    from Bangkok, Thailand

    #44929

    CrazyCookie
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    No need for a restart. Just open the device manager, select the Realtek driver, then disabler and afterwards enable it. I experience the same with the bluetooth driver.

    #45171

    Jade Thaveekij
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    Will try that. Thanks

    -= Jade =-
    Teclast TBOOK 11
    from Bangkok, Thailand

    #45245

    AsierB
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    Hi everyone. I made the device manager firmware update as you described, my “Teclast system firmware” is currently 3.03, but the tablet still doesn’t recognize the 128 GB SDXC card (cheap MIXZA TOHAOLL Colorful Series 128GB Micro SDXC).

    It recognizes 32 GB SDHC, 16 GB SDHC and 2 GB SD cards. But not the 128 GB SDXC one.

    When I introduce the 128 GB SDXC card in the device manager’s storage drivers sections I get a Code 10 error.

    Question for those who managed to make the 64 or 128 GB SDXC cards work after firmware update: Which is exactly the model of your SD cards?

    Regards,
    AsierB

    #45288

    Bayonier
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    Bought the Tbook11 on march and have been using 2 64gb SDXC cards until today that stopped reading them. It reads a 32gb SDHC on Windows 10 and Android reads every card.

    Did the system update thing and it still wont read any SDXC card.

    For some reason I can’t attach files so I’ll puush them:

    http://puu.sh/qmuSs/8c0ac5e5fc.jpg

    http://puu.sh/qmuTT/af3d2092fb.jpg

    #45322

    Kein2009
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    Hi guys,

    I´ve the same problem as “Bayonier” with the SD Storage Class Controller and Code 10 after Update on Firmware 3.03 ?!

    No SD Card will be load… What can we do to solve the problem. Please help…

    #45434

    Stern
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    Same problème also for me , update on Firmware 3.03 but I get Code 10 on the SD Storage Class Contrôler.

    No SD Card of any size and type running in the TF slot.

    I have made a request for this problem to Teclast support, but no reply since one month!

    #45463

    Kein2009
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    #45487

    Bayonier
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    • Posts: 2

    No. The drivers are already to date on the SD adapter

    #45698

    Kein2009
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    • Posts: 6

    What can we do?! I need this tab for my work and I can´t use it without SD card… please help

    #46272

    Marc Deschamps
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    Just received an official magnetic keyboard for my tbook11, and it doesn’t work, at all…

     

    Nothing happen, what can I do?

    #46327

    pinky
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    • Posts: 19

    the sd card is just one of a list of problems it seems… are there no firmware updates from teclast to cure these ?

    #47871

    Kein2009
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    • Posts: 6

    Hi community,

    really anyone have a solution? There’s got to be able to use the SD interface…

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