JMICRON ATA CD-ROM DRIVER
For the record, the kernel in dapper-updates has a patch which should fix this, but nobody tested it so far. But even with the older kernel I need to try several times. Your name or email address: Join our site today to ask your question. And here is the strange part.
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I confirm it as well.
January 3rd, 3. By screaminNovember 15, in New Users Lounge. I’ve read these posts and many others about the jmicron controller not cd-rpm atapi devices and how some ppl have got around it ,jmicron claim the chip used on the P5W Deluxe board did work with atapi drives.
Serial ATA to IDE Module, Support ATA//CD-ROM/DVD Devices
Mariusz mariusz wrote on Can I install the JMicron driver from it? With an older one 2.
I have the newest release, just downloaded it today.
Mar 8, Messages: There is a comment about similar behavior in the 2. Any idea when this will be fixed. Are you trying to build a Hackintosh on the cheap?
This might not be good if you are on dialup – but try downloading puppy linux – 83Mb and booting from cd. I have the same problem with Ubuntu 8. As you can see it’s a pretty major issue.
Sign up for a new account in our community. According to the guy in the forum the SATA Contollers are double booked whatever that means which apparently confuses ubuntu.
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By request, here are three updated builds, based on the original CustoMac post from June I want daily build include fix. Ok I fixed this for me following a hint from the last post on cd-ro The sooner I can get this info, the sooner I can come up with a patch, jmjcron the sooner I can create some daily images to test.
Thank you very much guys! This bug should be considered Critical. January 3rd, 5.
tonymacx86 Blog: JMicron ATA Support
Enable Full Graphics Card Acceleration: PuffDec 18,in forum: My disk drives were running extremely poorly after that, so I uninstalled the JMicron driver, did a re-boot and cdd-rom everything is more or less where I was to begin with. I’m very close to buying a sata dvdrw drive What I think I know about this: Probably easiest way for folks to test the daily kernels is to install on the disk from another computer, update the kernel, and then boot this disk in the machine with the JMicron controller.
Ok, I tried again Can someone please help me on how to post on the proper forum board like Snow Leopard post installation board. As for me it solves the problem an the disks are detected and functional.