Problem with sata drive

Jeremy Chadwick freebsd at
Sun Sep 19 16:12:29 PDT 2004

ENOHW probably means something along the lines of "ERROR: no hardware
entry found in the PCI device list".

| Jeremy Chadwick                                 jdc at |
| Parodius Networking               |
| UNIX Systems Administrator                   Mountain View, CA, USA |
| Making life hard for others since 1977.                             |

On Sun, Sep 19, 2004 at 07:13:59PM -0400, Mike Tancsa wrote:
> At 05:04 PM 19/09/2004, Søren Schmidt wrote:
> >Uroš Gruber wrote:
> >>Hello!
> >>I've notice that freebsd from beta4 does not recognize my sata 150 drive
> >>anymore. With beta3 it works now with beta4 or beta5 there's only udma33.
> >>I have ICH6 chipset, is there anything I can do. here is my dmesg output
> >
> >The ICH6 is not supported yet (ENOHW), so it will show up as a generic ATA 
> >controller. However since all SATA controllers (at least until we get 
> >SATA-II) always run the interface at 150MB/s thats what you will get no 
> >matter
> Hi,
>         Are there big differences between the ICH5 and ICH6 controllers 
> ?  I have one of these boards and it seems to work fine if I add a def for 
> it in  ata-pci.h and ata-chipset.c. Also what does ENOHW mean ? I didnt 
> find it in google.
>         ---Mike 
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