Re: No supported write modes with LG GSA-H62N SATA DVD+RW
"Joe MacDonald" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 9/10/07, Joe MacDonald <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Thanks, Jörg,
> > Assuming there's no magic solution in the SCSI trace I just sent out, I'll
> > follow up in a few hours with the results of testing cdrecord in my WinXP
> > install and my try at it with the SchilliX CD. I'm downloading it now and
> > it looks like it should be done by the time I'm ready to try it out.
> So I downloaded a copy of the latest cdrtools from
> http://www.student.tugraz.at/thomas.plank/ and gave it a try on my WinXP
> install. Other than the drive showing up at a different spot (2,0,0 rather
> than 1,0,0) it seemed to behave the same as the -scanbus in Linux, but when
> I went to burn an audio disc everything worked great. So I'm guessing this
> is an indication of a problem in the Linux device driver, maybe at the SATA
> level, maybe in SG?
Correct, it must be a Linux device driver bug.
BTW: it still may be the well known bug with PATA that causes some commands to
fail with "illegal field in cdb".
> Do you still want me to try this with the Solaris CD? I can't seem to find
> any BIOS option that'll let me force it into PATA compat mode (which doesn't
> really surprise me, the BIOS on this board seems curiously light on some
> options), so I'm suspecting it's just not going to work since you've already
> found problems with this SATA device in the past.
> What would you like me to try next?
Thank you for the test, if it works on win32, it cannot be a drive firmware bug
that may need special care and a workaround in cdrecord.
There is no need to run a Solaris test.
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