IDE ultraDMA problem (hackers WAS via IDE controller problem) -
jhb at freebsd.org
Wed Aug 15 08:28:43 PDT 2007
On Saturday 11 August 2007 12:11:21 pm Mario Lobo wrote:
> after a long,long search, I found that chip id 0x53371106 belongs to SATA150
> controller, not PATA !! Then I enabled all mass storage controllers on the
> board ( although no SATA drives present ), then two more ids showed up:
> chip=0x016a10de (jmicron SATA300)
> chip=0x05711106 <- thats it !!
> Then I went iinto /usr/src/sys/dev/ata/ata-pci.h and changed the line
> #define ATA_VIA8237A 0x05911106
> #define ATA_VIA8237A 0x05711106
> recompiled, install and BANG!
6.x already has support for this ID as:
#define ATA_VIA82C571 0x05711106
so you shouldn't have needed to change the code at all.
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