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Jun 5, 2010

I took some pictures tonight and plugged in my flash card reader (via usb) as always. Only this time, the device isn't assigned a proper location (like "sdc3").

A little research later and I *think* I need the module "usb-storage", which I can't get to load. It's been a *long* time since I had to mess with modules and I'd like some fresh eyes on what the problem might be.

This is my lsmod output:

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I also ran modprobe with -n -v:

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I have run depmod -a and tried the modprobe again...

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If I drill down to the /lib/modules/<kernel -r>/drivers/usb/storage/ where the .ko file is and say:

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So.... since I haven't changed anything that I can think of since the last time I took pictures...what happened? How do I fix this?

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