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SubjectRe: VIA KT133 & HPT 370 IDE disk corruption
Aaron Tiensivu wrote:
>
> > My BP6's [hpt366] had similar sustained I/O lockup issues, especially
> > when running a RAID stripe. From the v1.01 BP6 manual:
>
> Unfortunately, I suspect that is due to the older HPT drivers still in the
> current kernels (the HPT366 is a very broken beast by design, and from what
> I've gathered from others, is that Abit did poor job connecting it into the
> BP6)
>
> Another reason for those lockups could be due to the noisy APIC bus on the
> BP6.
>
> As much as I love my BP6, as an "ultimate dirty hack not approved by Intel"
> motherboard, it has its flaws.
> I'm just thankful it is still running. :)

Yes, the board you love to hate. I also did the EC10 capacitor fix
which is why I still have no heart to retire/upgrade them.

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