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Old 03-10-2004, 08:36 PM   #1
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IDE chipset support on p4g8x-deluxe (intel E7205)


How can I enable the ide dma support for ata disks?

Motherboard: Asus P4G8X-DELUXE
Linux Kernel: 2.4.25 (and other boot option with kernel 2.6.3)
Distr.: Suse 9.0
Disk: Maxtor 40Gb (IDE UDMA ATA-100 disk)

The ide chipset support stop working after kernel 2.4.20 (they stop working the generic dma support with hdparm, and now every chipset has the own code on the linux kernel).

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