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SubjectRe: BIOS setup needed for LBA48?

Yes, if the host controller can not handle the double pump for dma
operations. Disable DMA int it has to work. If it does not, you have a
nice pile of junk, and it should be come a door.

On Sat, 25 Jan 2003, Stefan Smietanowski wrote:

> >>Can the Linux Kernel use the full drive (160GB/250GB/whatever)
> >>even though the BIOS doesn't? (LBA48)
> >
> > Usually, yes.
>
> Is there anything that could make "usually, yes" become a "no"?
>
> // Stefan
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