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SubjectRe: Disk corruption - Abit KT7, 2.2.19+ide patches
On Tue, Jan 15, 2002 at 05:59:19PM -0500, you [Ed Sweetman] claimed:
> sounds like you're using the shared irq slot, might want to verify that with
> lspci -vvv to see if anything else is using an irq at the time that's the
> same as the card in that slot. Also some places will do various special
> things to one of the last pci slots, you should be able to find out by
> looking in the manual. Some cards just dont play nicely with shared irqs.

Oh, I check some time ago. Sorry for baing vague, but as I said, we expect
to post more info in a couple of days.

The card was in a slot that shares an IQR with something called "serial bus
controller" (and USB gadget, I gather.) It's _not_ in the slot that shares
the IRQ with (both) HPT370 controllers.

USB is disabled in BIOS and in kernel config. Ansolutely no USB devices

> describing. I'm not really sure how this is a linux problem though since
> you mention it's occuring only in a certain physical slot.

No. I'm pretty positive this is a case of Via PCI being flaky.

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