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SubjectRe: usb-storage on SMP?
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It seems now that the problem was caused by my 6in1 Card Reader that
identifies itself as "ID 0dda:0001 Integrated Circuit Solution, Inc.".

Strange thing is that the problem went away with maxcpus=1 for my 256MB
SD-Cards but not with my new 1GB SD-Card now.

Tom

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