Supported microSD cards

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Revision as of 10:45, 27 July 2008

There are a plethora of Transflash / microSD cards out there.

Earlier, Sandisk cards were recommended, since they seemed to cause the least amount of trouble.

Reports from anyone having 8GB cards would be welcome.

There has been a bug in the SD device driver (s3cmci) which caused some troubles. Please make sure you use a recent kernel which applies our kernel patchset rev2832 or higher.

Booting from SDHC requires a u-boot from 2008-07-23 or later.

Cards by Vendor

Vendor Model Capacity Speed u-boot 1.1.6 linux 2.6.17.14-fic5 u-boot 1.2.0-moko8 svn1915
A-Data microSDHC-8GB 8192MB (SDHC) class 4  ? yes  ?
Corsair CMFSDMICRO-512 512MB no yes
extreMemory AE56-1280R 128MB no yes yes
extreMemory H256MS05 256MB 60x no yes yes
hama 55371 256MB no yes yes
Intuix IXMSDM128B60X 128MB 60x no yes yes
Kingston SD-C512 512MB  ? no yes
Kingston SD-C01G 1GB  ? yes  ?
Kingston SD-C02G 2GB  ?  ? yes
Patriot PSF128MCSD-RC 128MB  ? no  ?
PNY P-MICROSD512-BX 512MB yes yes yes
Pretec 128MB  ?  ? yes
SanDisk SDSDQ-128 128MB yes yes yes
SanDisk unknown 256MB yes yes yes
SanDisk unknown 512MB yes yes
SanDisk SDSDQ-1024-E10M 1024MB yes yes yes
SanDisk SDSDQU-2048-E10M 2048MB yes yes yes
SanDisk SDSDQ-4096-E11M 4096MB (SDHC)  ? yes  ?
SanDisk SDSDQ-6144-E11M 6144MB (SDHC)  ? yes no
SanDisk SDSDQ-8192-E11M 7782MB (SDHC)  ? yes  ?
SanDisk SDSDQY-8192-A11M 8000MB (SDHC)  ? yes  ?
SanDisk SDSDQR-8192-E12M 8GB (SDHC) 4  ? yes  ?
Toshiba SD-512R2W 512MB no yes
Transcend TS128MUSD 128MB no yes
Transcend TS256MUSD80 256MB 80x no yes yes
Transcend TS512MUSD 512MB no yes yes
Transcend MM4GRO1GUACY 1GB  ? yes  ?
Verbatim 47225 1024MB no yes yes
vox-fon 1 GB 1024MB no yes

Note that cards with a "no" may still work at times, but that we just have found their behaviour too erratic to consider acceptable. (Also note that this is a bug in our version of u-boot. The cards are probably fine.)

Personal tools

There are a plethora of Transflash / microSD cards out there.

Earlier, Sandisk cards were recommended, since they seemed to cause the least amount of trouble.

Reports from anyone having 8GB cards would be welcome.

There has been a bug in the SD device driver (s3cmci) which caused some troubles. Please make sure you use a recent kernel which applies our kernel patchset rev2832 or higher.

Booting from SDHC requires a u-boot from 2008-07-23 or later.

Cards by Vendor

Vendor Model Capacity Speed u-boot 1.1.6 linux 2.6.17.14-fic5 u-boot 1.2.0-moko8 svn1915
A-Data microSDHC-8GB 8192MB (SDHC) class 4  ? yes  ?
Corsair CMFSDMICRO-512 512MB no yes
extreMemory AE56-1280R 128MB no yes yes
extreMemory H256MS05 256MB 60x no yes yes
hama 55371 256MB no yes yes
Intuix IXMSDM128B60X 128MB 60x no yes yes
Kingston SD-C512 512MB  ? no yes
Kingston SD-C01G 1GB  ? yes  ?
Kingston SD-C02G 2GB  ?  ? yes
Patriot PSF128MCSD-RC 128MB  ? no  ?
PNY P-MICROSD512-BX 512MB yes yes yes
Pretec 128MB  ?  ? yes
SanDisk SDSDQ-128 128MB yes yes yes
SanDisk unknown 256MB yes yes yes
SanDisk unknown 512MB yes yes
SanDisk SDSDQ-1024-E10M 1024MB yes yes yes
SanDisk SDSDQU-2048-E10M 2048MB yes yes yes
SanDisk SDSDQ-4096-E11M 4096MB (SDHC)  ? yes  ?
SanDisk SDSDQ-6144-E11M 6144MB (SDHC)  ? yes no
SanDisk SDSDQ-8192-E11M 7782MB (SDHC)  ? yes  ?
SanDisk SDSDQY-8192-A11M 8000MB (SDHC)  ? yes  ?
SanDisk SDSDQR-8192-E12M 8GB (SDHC) 4  ? yes  ?
Toshiba SD-512R2W 512MB no yes
Transcend TS128MUSD 128MB no yes
Transcend TS256MUSD80 256MB 80x no yes yes
Transcend TS512MUSD 512MB no yes yes
Transcend MM4GRO1GUACY 1GB  ? yes  ?
Verbatim 47225 1024MB no yes yes
vox-fon 1 GB 1024MB no yes

Note that cards with a "no" may still work at times, but that we just have found their behaviour too erratic to consider acceptable. (Also note that this is a bug in our version of u-boot. The cards are probably fine.)