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> Your Linux swap partition should not be any larger than 16 MB. You can set

128Mbytes.

> The idea here is to optimize your disk space. If you have partitions
> larger than 850 MB your disk space can be progressively waisted in the
> upper drive blocks.
>
> Another thing I would check, is to make doubly sure that fdisk in Linux
> agrees with FDISK.EXE in DOS.

That would not explain address mark errors. Thats actual on disk corruption.
It implies a faulty drive, even if it takes Linux to trip it. Take it back
to the shop and get another vendors drive.

#include <scsi_versus_ide.h>


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