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SubjectRe: Hitachi IDE 4X CD-ROM cdr-7730
On Fri, 31 May 1996 a.vignani@crf.it wrote:

> On Fri, 31 May 1996 21:30:25 -0800 "C.H. Chang" <u3311113@tknet.tku.edu.tw>
> wrote:
>
> >Because my original cd-rom driver "NEC 4X CD-ROM CDR-273"is breakdown,
> >I want to buy a new CD-ROM driver.
> >I am considering to buy "Hitachi IDE 4X cdr-7730"!
> >Does anyone have a Hitachi 4X IE CD-ROM CDR-7730?
> >Could it run well under LiNUX?
> >Is anyone has this device,how about tell me its performance?
> >Thanks in advance!
> >
> >Dept. of Civil Engineering
> > Tamkang University
> > TAIWAN
> > CHANG CHIA-HAO
> >
>
> What has this to do with linux-kernel??
>
> Wait a minute before saying 'nothing'...
>
> I have one of these on my P5-100. Works great under Linux, BUT every
> time I reboot to MS-DOS/W95 I can no more see it. I have to press
> the reset button or power off the machine to make it usable again
> under M$'s OSs.

I can boot into dos fine and "see" the cd-rom, with out a hard reboot.

> I tried to reset explicitly the IDE interface by adding a reset pulse
> just before hard_reset_now, but it didn't work.
>
> It can be a M$ fault, but I suspect that the Linux kernel is in some way
> involved here.
>
> Alberto
>
>

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