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    SubjectRe: APM-related crashes (flaky IDE RESET)
    On Wed, 19 May 1999, Mark Lord wrote:

    > No, the problem is that the chipset in the laptop has extra registers
    > to power-down circuitry, like the IDE, when power management is
    > activated by the BIOS. The Linux IDE driver has no knowledge of
    > those chipsets, and therefore does not know anything about how to
    > turn them back on again so it can talk to the drives.

    It used to work using 2.0.36 :-).
    Mind, the HD was replaced, so it is possible the HD doesn't wake up
    properly.

    -- David


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