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SubjectRe: HPT370 controller set wrong udma mode
Alan Cox wrote:

> Make sure you use the Andre Hedrick ide patches with the HPT 370. That fixed
> all my problems with them at least
> (http://www.linux-ide.org)

Didn't solve my problem unfortunately.

With the patch applied, the kernel still says it uses UDMA(66) on boot
and hdparm also says the drive is in udma4 mode. Writing data to it results in
BadCRC.
However, /proc/ide/hpt366 with the patch applied shows ATA-33 mode.
Something's wrong here.

CC'ing this to Andre Hedrick. Maybe he knows what's wrong?

Bye

Oliver

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