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SubjectRe: Via KT133 and 2.4.8 and a hard disk problem ?
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I often get these kinds of problems with semi-old HD's (UDMA33) when I run
*anything* else than DMA enabled (like when I run stuff like
hdparm -c1 -m16 -u1). It could also be a hard drive reporting the wrong
capabilities to the IDE controller.

A "hdparm /dev/hdX" and "hdparm -I /dev/hdX" would be most helpful to
diagnose your problem.

/Martin (fresh & new to l-k)

----- Original Message -----
From: "David Flynn" <Dave@keston.u-net.com>
To: "linux kernel mailinglist" <linux-kernel@vger.kernel.org>
Sent: Sunday, October 28, 2001 12:57 PM
Subject: Via KT133 and 2.4.8 and a hard disk problem ?


> All;
>
> What is the status of the problems with the old KT133 and kernel 2.4.8 ?
>
> I have a system here which looks to me as if its beginning to suffer from
> HDD failure, just do anything with the disk for a while and you get disk {
> busy } errors (and there is an 0x0d error code there somewhere) ... (oh,
and
> the HDD light reports no activity) normally, i would view this as a good
> time to pull all the data off the drive and replace it.
>
> However, i have noticed that the chipset used is the Via KT133, and am now
> wondering if this is actually a HDD problem (i still am siding with this)
or
> a chipset problem.

<snip>

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