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SubjectQuantum lct08 & Ultra66 on GA-BX2000+
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From: "Andre Hedrick" <andre@linux-ide.org>
To: "Mikhail Vladimirov" <origin@mail.ru>
Cc: <linux-kernel@vger.kernel.org>
Sent: Saturday, October 07, 2000 9:16 PM
Subject: Re: Quantum lct08 & Ultra66 on GigaByte GA-BX2000+
You wrote me literally:

>
> Read the source code and put the complete drive name in the quirk list for
> that chipset.
>

Ooooops! I did it...
Generally speaking "complete drive name" is ALREADY IN quirklist about a
month at least...
but it does not help me the same way as if it has been written on a fence
:-)
For any case I send you little attachment to check it.
("QUANTUM FIREBALLlct08 08" - that's what we are talking about)

I suspect there is some fundamental lowlevel drawback somewhere,
or there is some specific in my hardware set which makes imposible to use
2.4.0-kernel in the future at all :-)
For instance I have found that version of my Ultra66 BIOS is 1.15
while you design everything (as far as I can get it) with expectation of
ver.1.11

Sorry I'm not sure I can update BIOS ver.1.15 of my onboard
Ultra66-controller up to ver.1.29,
I never read anything about such possibility at least.

Regards,
Mike



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