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SubjectAbit BP6 | 440 BX UDMA problems

I am having a lot of problems with a dual processor celeron Abit BP6
motherboard. Running lilo does not produce any errors, but after a
reboot I get 'System Halted'. I originally tried a 2.4.4 SMP kernel,
but have since been trying a non-SMP kernel with the same results.
The boot drive is /dev/hde. Anytime I boot with a floppy, or CDROM
everything looks okay on the drive, but after I type chroot /mnt
everything starts seg-faulting.

I think the problem is with the UDMA controller which is an integrated
Hightpoint UDMA controller. The drive is a 10GB Western Digital UDMA66
drive on /dev/hde. Has anybody experienced this problem before?
Thanks for any help.

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Jesse Marlin
Intec Telecom Systems
Software Engineer
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Ph 404-705-2912
Fax 404-705-2805
Email jesse.marlin@intec-telecom-systems.com
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