drivers >> PCMCIA 2 MB SRAM Card Mitsubishi MF32M1-LCDAT01

by Peter 22 » Fri, 13 Feb 2004 00:48:00 GMT

I want to use the PCMCIA 2 MB SRAM Card Mitsubishi MF32M1-LCDAT01
(manufactured in approximately 1992) in my DELL Latitude XPi 120 MHz
Notebook under Windows 95, but i does not work.

When I insert the PCMCIA Card in the PCMCIA-Slot in my Notebook, the card is
true detected and the capacity of 2048 KB is shown, but I can neither read
nor write the card, and the following message is shown:

When i press "ENTER" a message like "You must format the card" is shown.

When doing this the message "The choosen options are not valid" is shown and
the notebook is freezen

The Card themselve is OK, because I can use it without any problem in my
Palmtop SHARP PC 3000 working under DOS 3.3(also manufactured in
approximately 1993).

I suppose that I do not have the matching driver for this Card.

Unfortunaly Mitsubishi told me, that they have cancelled the production of
this MELCARD and consequently there is no engeneer, who can give me an
advice (!) but I can not imagine, that there is no possibility to make this
PCMCIA-Standard-Card working fine in my notebook.

Who can help me?

Best regards and thanks

Peter Stilling



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