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Hi all, im just after buying a nano and setting it up on android as i thought that looked easier. however when i wanted to try it out and get modules i put an sd in it... and nothing happened, no lights flashing, no gui changes... nothing. so i hopped on my windows pc to try see if the card worked and it was fine. i put a .txt file with like one sentence in it on the card and then put that in the nano...nothing again, even after formatting the card in the pineapple the .txt file was there. then i cleaned the sd with diskpart on windows and reformatted it. i then tried again with 4 more d cards of different brands, ages and capacities. still nothing. i then ssh'ed into the pineapple and found that the card did show up there under /dev/sda1, however it gave me a warning saying it needed to be 1024 cylinders and it was 3775. i really dont know what to do and i spent more on shipping than the pineapple itself so i dont really want to have to pay to return it. if anyone has any ideas however small or silly they may sound please post them. also if anyone else who has a pineapple could tell me exaxtly what card worked for them i might try buy one. also sorry for bad typing i dont have time to spell check. :)
What's up guys? Apparently I didn't think this completely through: I have Ubuntu installed on a 32GB SDHC card that I have installed on my Asus G75VW (currently rocking 8.1) and my idea was to use the SD card as the *third HDD on the system (I have both HDD bays used for Win 8.1..probably a mistake but I'll deal with that after the fact..working to SSD) SO when I go to hit ESC to try and boot to the SD card, I can only select between Windows, DVD drive, or only USB (when one is present). When I went to install Ubuntu on the card , I swore I installed GRUB, but it's not even recognizing the drive as a whole. Am I missing something, or does my logic here not work?