Subject: Re: PCMCIA madness
To: Lennart Augustsson <email@example.com>
From: Stefan Grefen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/08/1998 01:17:49
In message <199809071855.UAA00979@animal.cs.chalmers.se> Lennart Augustsson wrote:
> > At this stage in can be only power or reset logic. As it works on my
> > machine(s) I think its power. Either the power lingers to long or it
> > doesn't come up quickly enough (hmm, actually it could be just that the
> > power did'nt drop below the threshhold for resetting the card).
> > Enlarging the off-time may help ..
> I tried inserting 5s delay. Did I miss some place?
I don't think so.
The only other thing the windoze stuff could do is enabling VPP at 5V,
or setting a flag that this is 5V card.
What kind of PCIC controller is in the machine? Is it one of the CardBus
chipsets. I think they can default to 3.3 V on a 3.3 V system.
I try to get a -current running on my Compaq notebook (until recently it
failed to find the wd-controler ...) it has a cardbus chipset.
> -- Lennart
Stefan Grefen Tandem Computers Europe Inc.
email@example.com High Performance Research Center
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