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Re: nec scsi controller

On Mon, 23 Jun 1997, Rick Hawkins wrote:

> hmm:
> EATA0: address 0x1f0 in use, skipping probe.
> EATA0: address 0x170 in use, skipping probe.
> scsi : 0 hosts.
> scsi : detected total.
> something is already getting at it.  The controller does make some kind
> of attempt to boot from the cd, at least sometimes--i get a reference
> when there is no hard disk partition bootable.

1f0 is the standard address for IDE0, 170 for IDE1

If you are not using any IDE drives, maybe you have the interfaces enabled
on the motherboard( if they're builtins) or multi I/O card.

Try disabling them or changing the nec card to another address.

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