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SubjectRe: 2.4.9: PDC20267 not working
Jacob Luna Lundberg wrote:
>
> On Sun, 9 Sep 2001, Joe Fago wrote:
>
> > System hangs on boot:
>
> > PDC20267: IDE controller on PCI bus 00 dev 40
>
> > This is the only device attached to the controller. Any suggestions?
>
> I have seen this before. I have a system that will do it every time right
> now, in fact. You can try setting interrupts to edge-triggered in your
> BIOS if it has such an option; this usually ``fixes'' the problem for me.
> Of course, it will mean you can't share PCI interrupts, if I understand it
> correctly. However, I'm not sure what's going on and nobody has commented
> on it thus far that I know of. :(
>
> -Jacob
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Thanks, that worked -- well the opposite worked. I had to set mine to
triggered by `level' rather than `edge'. But I never would have suspected
it if you hadn't brought it up.

Thanks Again,
Joe
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