I repeatedly see this problem. Got data interrupt 0x even though no data operation was in progress. This problem seems to be fixed now. The errors are different from the ones listed above 8 and 11 but it still doesn’t work. Changed in linux Ubuntu: Sometimes, I get the above message. This bug was filed against a series that is no longer supported and so is being marked as Won’t Fix.
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Let me know if I can provide any more useful information that would help fix this bug. Still broken in Maverick: This was fixed for me with 2. I repeatedly see this problem.
Works fine for me now Does this deserve another bug report? I see more or less the same errors as fubarbundy: I too am using cardd Dell XPS M machine and the SD card reader is no longer working either – despite being fully functional in all previous stable releases.
This bug affects 7 people. Got data interrupt 0x even though no data operation was in progress. I see the same errors as fubarbundy 8 xard David Ricoh Co Ltd Device e rev I then plugged it back into this laptop — works fine!
Dell XPS M1330 laptop card reader drivers
David Masover ninja-slaphack wrote on I might have different hardware. The errors are different from the ones listed above 8 and 11 but it still catd work. I have hibernation enabled, but this is after a fresh boot, no suspending involved. Brad Figg brad-figg wrote on You need to log in to change this bug’s status.
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Now the error relates to data interrupt instead of a timeout. Email me about changes to this bug report.
If this issue still exists in a supported series, please file a vard bug. Jonathan Lumb jonolumb wrote on This is an XPS M, and it worked fine for the past two or three kernels. But there’s a shiny new pile of errors now: Leann Ogasawara leannogasawara wrote on I will try a restart and give it another go.
Same results after restart. Sometimes, nothing happens until I remove the card 30 seconds or so laterin which case K1330 get an error about the card being removed.
I then tried to plug this card into an HP PhotoSmart printer, which gave me an error. To post a comment you must log in.
Unsupported series, setting status to “Won’t Fix”. Restarting does not seem to help. Manoj Iyer manjo wrote on