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SubjectRe: Chipsets, DVD-RAM, and timeouts....
In message <>, L
inus Torvalds writes:

> So why are the IBM drives picked on? I thought this was a hpt366 problem,
> and possibly has only shown up with IBM drives so far.

Yes, the problem is the hpt366 (or the sw), not the IBM drives.
The IBM drives seem to work well with udma3 on the hpt but not
with udma4 or higher.

> It sounds like the proper fix would be to not enable ata66 by default.

Yes, either that or the bad_ata66_4 list in hpt366.c.
The important thing is to have a bootable system.



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