While I didn't vote on your question, it does seem unclear to me in the following ways:
Questions are free and easy, so if you want to know what "ACard" means, ask that -- with whatever context you feel is appropriate, and you'll see it would have been an easy Answer (as sebasth commented). Don't burden that question with other problems to be addressed, just the context: "I'm building an initramfs and came across this (modinfo output here) driver; what does
ACard signify in this description?"
- When your real question is "How can I remove all initramfs modules that are not needed for most desktop PCs", consider making that the title and then use the body of the question to explain what you're up to and what the problem(s) are.
I can't speak for all of the answerers (or voters) on the site, but the wording of "most desktop PC's" sounds broad to me. From a high level, I'd suggest either:
- including as many modules as you can, in hopes of supporting "most" configurations, and then accepting the slower load time -- or
- minimizing the included modules and waiting for complaints from users that something in particular didn't work. What happens if a very important user has a "slow USB storage device" that they want to use?