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SubjectRe: Chipsets, DVD-RAM, and timeouts....


On Tue, 2 Jan 2001, Dan Hollis wrote:

> On Tue, 2 Jan 2001, David Woodhouse wrote:
> > It's a combination of chipset and drive that causes the problems. I've
> > been using ata66 with the same controller on a different drive
> > (FUJITSU MPE3136AT) for some time now, and it's been rock solid. It's only
> > the IBM DTLA drive that's been a problem on this controller.
>
> Maxtor has problems with hpt366 also.
>
> > Highpoint made changes in their 1.26¹ BIOS to correctly support the IBM
> > DTLA drives. If we can get access to information about what they had to
> > change, we ought to be able to get it to work on those drives reliably.
>
> Too bad Maxtor is still broken with hpt366...
>
> Also, using CDROM on hpt366 is recipe for disaster...

Does the Maxtor and/or CDROM problems have anything to do with udma66? Ie
if you can test, can you please check whether it's ok when they are added
to the blacklists (or if udma66 is just disabled by default)?

Linus

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