nForce 4, SATA Drive only runs at UDMA33?
alanbryan1234 at yahoo.com
Tue May 24 19:17:53 PDT 2005
--- Søren Schmidt <sos at FreeBSD.org> wrote:
> > Is there anything in -CURRENT that would help this
> > work better than 5-STABLE plus the ATA mkIII "n"
> > patches?
> Yes, I've done quite a bit of changes that affects
> this on -current.
> However its done blindfolded since I dont have a
> nForce4 based system
> here yet (but should soon).
> - Søren
How soon is "soon"? I may be able to send you some
hardware too if that would be helpful.
I tried a -CURRENT kernel today but didn't
build/install world or anything else as I don't want
to mess up this machines 5.4 installation. The result
was that it now seems to identify all the atapici0 -
atapici3 controllers and doesn't do the repeated
DISCONNECTED/CONNECTED messages but it still panicked
near the end of the bootup process, around the USB
I called a friend today who has a spare SATA drive I
can borrow so I'll be picking that up tomorrow and
I'll swap out drives and do a fresh -CURRENT install
tomorrow on that new drive to see if I can get it any
further along towards a successful boot. I'll report
back with my findings.
Thanks for the help!
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