Bill Wisse wrote:
>This is from hdparm. It looks like, you're
starting it automatically
>while booting, but with wrong arguments. Maybe /etc/init.d/boot.local ?
Ok thanks for that.
Just recently I have changed DMA to "on", manually by putting on between the
Can this have anything to do with it?
In /etc/sysconfig/hardware->DEVICES_FORCE_IDE_DMA ? Then not only "on",
better: "/dev/hda:on". There is a description in the file.
I haven't changed anything in the boot process (
not that I know of anyway).
I also have used "hdparm -v /dev/dvd" and then "hdparm -X <udma
mode> -d 1
Could it be that the udma mode is set wrong?
To enable DMA use -d1 without space.