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Previous report was for Would it be possible for you to test the latest upstream kernel? FWIW I’ve encountered similar issues with Silicon Image-based chipsets, frequently but not always teaching it back to a compatibility issue with the motherboard initializing the add-in card’s BIOS.
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Well I knew I was not making this up. All with known good cables as usual. Joseph Salisbury jsalisbury wrote on It was not possible, resync process failed.
Bug # “SATA card SiL doesn’t work well” : Bugs : linux package : Ubuntu
Comment on this change optional. Real trouble is chip SiL I am going to create detail report.
If you’re not trying to boot from the satalin connected to the controller, often you can bypass obstinate add-in controller BIOSes by not loading them, then let your OS load the controller’s driver later to access the drives. From a terminal window please run:.
I see this message in dmesg output So I made an experiment: I added disk with Ubuntu After that I added it back and resync process was started and dmesg and console is filled with DMA errors. Could be the same “workarround” applied to SiL card? BTW, I have found some comments on the net, that these cards are “broken” and should be avoided as plague, etc.
So I stopped believing that my HDD was actually faulty, as I bought an entirely different one that had the very same problem with this chipset! You need to log in to change this bug’s status.
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