Pim Bliek | PingWings wrote:|
They spell Nforce2 as CONFIG_BLK_DEV_AMD74XX. Build it in, because if you merely module it you still have to bother to tell dma to come on in an init script. After installing this and enabling DMA I got a factor of 23 improvement in IO speed.You may also need to enable support for the specific chipset on that motherboard in your kernel config. See ATA/IDE/MFM/RLL support ---> IDE, ATA and ATAPI Block devices ---> IDE chipset support/bugfixes.I didn't see any support for Nforce2 in there.... Also, this setup worked with Gentoo.
Since we're both nforce2 users, maybe we can help eachother in other ways. Like damned if I can make alsa work. :P