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Mindovermaster    857

When I start up my laptop, choose to go into Debian on grub, I see something like this at top of screen:

sdhci-pci invalid iomem size you may experience problems

Now, I did look online at the bug tracker: http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=690009

 

But I don't see any results. Even on linuxquestions.com, it just swerved off.

 

While this creates no problem, I am just wondering what it is...

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Haggis    981

If you remove and add the modules ut shoulod fix the error

 

 

 

u can add the following to /etc/rc.local

[[ $(lsmod | grep sdhci) ]] && rmmod sdhci_pci sdhci && modprobe sdhci_pci && modprobe sdhci
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Karl L.    275

Haggis' solution should work. If it does not, you may also need to add the module to your initramfs image.

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Mindovermaster    857

Thanks, Haggis, that worked. :)

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Haggis    981

CAn you mark as Answered in here?

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Mindovermaster    857

I already did, Haggis. :)

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