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    SubjectMaybe Disk Problem.
    "wish to be personally CC'ed the answers/comments posted to the list
    in response to my posting".

    Hello, ( I'm sorry for the length )

    From the first time I installed linux
    I had problems like:

    sig11 with kernel compiling,
    crc error on opening archives
    error on casual copying of files.

    It was on kernel 2.0.35.
    On trying - Including the recent release of the kernel I had the same
    But with 2.0.29 my computer works completely fine, but it means
    I can't upgrade the kernel.
    My guess all the time was that the new kernels support UDMA and my
    disk don't like it, and today I proved it
    when installed the 35 kernel on old disk and everything was fine.

    What do you think - how can I prove that this is a disk problem
    so I can exchange it?


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