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Old 12-22-2006, 03:39 PM   #1
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Question kernel boot option for using enhanced mode P-ATA+S-ATA

I am using an Ausus P5P800 Mother Board, I selected in the bios setup the Ide configuration to be: Enhanced mode, Serial ATA+Parallel ATA mode(primary master 80gb seagate, sec. master 80gb wd, sec. slave Sony DVD rom). When I try to boot my linux from CD i get an error that hdd confused(something like that) ... recovering interrupt .. and the system stops responding. I managed to boot the system using compatible mode, but this means I have to disable one of the P-ATA channels.
Are there any kernel boot option commands to make it work?


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