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SubjectRe: IDE CDROM - No DMA
On Sunday 12 March 2006 10:53, Chris Boot wrote:
> You're using the generic ATA driver, not the one specific for your chipset,
> thus it's unlikely you'll get DMA on it at all. Judging by the fact you're
> using ata_piix for your SATA hard disk, try using the piix ATA driver for
> your on-board IDE. I assume you built your own kernel and forgot to enable
> this driver.
Some one pointed out offline -

Looks like it's a SATA combined mode problem as outlined in the above bug
report. NONE of the options provided in the bug report worked for me though -

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