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Updates for the PCMCIA and Compact Flash Card controllers

Are there any updates for the PCMCIA and Compact Flash Card controllers that will resolve the Not Responding error messages?

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Some MobilePro units have exhibited the following symptoms when using Compact Flash Cards or ATA PCMCIA Memory Cards: 1. Storage Card folder is not displayed when you insert a PCMCIA ATA card and/or a Compact Flash card. 2. Warning message "Unidentified PC Card Adapter". 3. Warning message "Storage Card Warning" displayed. To fix these issues: If you have a MobilePro 750C without a ROM upgrade, download the file MP75Pcm.exe from support.necsam.com. For a MobilePro 750C with upgraded ROM, use the file MP75RPcm.exe. After the files are extracted, follow the instructions in the Readme.txt file.

Posted on Sep 14, 2005

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