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Marc Lehmann wrote:


> Aren't PCI delayed transaction supposed to be handled by the pci master
> (e.g. my northbridge), not by the (software) driver for my pdc(?) I would
> also be surprised if my pdc actually used that feature, not to speak of
> the fact that the promise + harddisk worked fine in another computer (the
> data corruption was easily detectable, one couldn't even write 500megs
> without altered bytes).


Wrong way round. You're right that the pci master is supposed to handle
delayed transactions, but during data transfer the pdc is the pci master
and the northbridge is the PCI target.

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Adrian Cox http://www.humboldt.co.uk/

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