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On Fri, Jun 01, 2001 at 11:28:48AM -0400, Jeff Garzik <jgarzik@mandrakesoft.com> wrote:
> Once you get into the area of flushing data (or not flushing, which is
> what delayed txn would imply), it is entirely possible that the driver
> simply does not support what occurs when the PCI Delay Txn option is
> set.

Aren't PCI delayed transaction supposed to be handled by the pci master
(e.g. my northbridge), not by the (software) driver for my pdc(?) I would
also be surprised if my pdc actually used that feature, not to speak of
the fact that the promise + harddisk worked fine in another computer (the
data corruption was easily detectable, one couldn't even write 500megs
without altered bytes).

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