LBA hard drive setting messes up Linux
I've been having serious trouble in Ubuntu. Can't connect to the internet without switching cables, long broken boot process, apps won't load, etc etc etc.
Well, I *think* I found the problem. It seems that, when I set my hard drive to LBA in my bios, these problems show themselves. When I set it to Auto, they do not. However, I cannot set this to auto, because when I do, Windows will not boot. I know this problem from back when the 2.5 kernels came out (I believe). I've had to do it in Linux ever since, but this is the first time it has ever screwed with my Linux installation. The only thing I can do right now, is change this setting in the BIOS every time I want to boot into Linux or Windows, and it's rather annoying. Anybody know what the problem is?