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SubjectRe: Easy Way to FS-corruption
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On Sat, Feb 10, 2001 at 03:24:06PM +0100, Tim Krieglstein wrote:
>
> I found a way which seems to lead to an "easy" way of fs-corruption:
> Install two sound-cards, use the newest ALSA-Drivers 0.5.10b
> (the standard sound drivers don't work to good with sf) and

[snip]

This could be that bus master DMA caching problem that showed up on my
KT133 A7V (see previous threads re: 'VIA silent disk corruption'). You
could try more conservative BIOS chipset settings (my problem went away
with "normal" rather than "optimal" BIOS settings). In the end Asus
released a BIOS update for the A7V that seems to have fixed it
permanently.

P.
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