On Sun, 4 Jun 2000, James Sutherland wrote:
> A hardware reset doesn't cure this problem - the CMOS RAM is fscked. Also,
> the hardware works fine (but slowly) using DMA with the generic driver;
> only the HPT366 driver fscks up. It could be due to the specific driver
> exercising something the generic one doesn't - but enabling DMA works with
> one, but fscks up with the other. Why??
Because the generic driver doesnt do Ultra DMA.
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