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SubjectRe: "floppy0: Unable to allocate DMA memory" -- frequent problem
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>I frequently get this message when I try to use my floppy after the
>system has been running for a while (I have 32 MB of RAM). The only
>way I've been able to clear this is to create a huge file and then
>delete it, which flushes out any stray buffered files. This really
>isn't a very nice solution.
>
>--
>Robert Krawitz <rlk@tiac.net> http://www.tiac.net/users/rlk/
>
>Member of the League for Programming Freedom -- mail lpf@uunet.uu.net
>Tall Clubs International -- tci-request@aptinc.com or 1-800-521-2512
>

Try using the floppy=nodma flag when booting Linux or when loading
the floppy module.

Alain

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