Re: Failure within netinst: ide-disk and ide-generic are hanging each other
On Tue, Mar 07, 2006 at 08:46:50PM +0200, Arkadi Kagan wrote:
> I am trying to run the Debian netinst with my new ASUS motherboard and AMD.
> The installation process is stuck when I run
> modprobe ide-generic
> modprobe ide-disk
> The same for oposite.
> The command "cat kmsg" is claiming about "DMA timeout".
> ( I may misspell the error message since I can`t use a disk to store things
> Unfortunately the ide-disks are the only disks that I have.
> Therefore this E-Mail I am writing from WindowsXP.
> image: sarge-amd64-2.6.12-netinst.iso
> hardware configuration ( from "Windows Device Manager" :( ):
> IDE controller: NVIDIA nForce4 Paralell ATA controller
> primary channel:
> master: Maxtor 4D040H2 - Ultra DMA6 - Ultra133
> slave: WDC WD2500JB-00GVA0 - Ultra DMA5 -
> Ultra100 (second HardDisk)
> secondary channel:
> master: SAMSUNG DVD-ROM
> slave: HL-DT-ST DVD-RAM
Hmm. I would have expected an nforce4 board to work rather easily.
Which board is it? You also probably shouldn't need ide-generic at all,
but rather amd74xx (at least my nforce2 uses that ide driver).