Re: Misidentification and failing revalidations of ide dvd-roms with libata
From: Alistair John Strachan
Date: Sun Jul 20 2008 - 16:13:51 EST
On Sunday 20 July 2008 20:34:48 Simen Timian Thoresen wrote:
> Alan Cox wrote:
> >> [ 155.457098] ata4.00: model number mismatch 'Pioneer DVD-ROM
> >> ATAPIModel DVD-116 0109' != 'PioÃeerÂDVDÂROMÂATAÃIMoÃel ÃVD-Â16 Â010Â'
> >> [ 155.457103] ata4.00: revalidation failed (errno=-19)
> > So it failed because the data read from the drive was corrupted.
> >> As I understand, this would most commonly indicate that the drive has
> >> gone bad, but this also occurs on the /other/ drive (same make/model) in
> > Or a cable problem.
> Hi Alan,
> Should this apply here too? There are two separate cables, and I've
> never seen the other drive to fail after the first drive has failed.
> I've now ripped ~50 CDs with the still working drive, while this drive
> failed during the first 5 CDs on my two previous boots.
> I don't doubt that the revalidation goes bad, but I can't see hardware
> being the cause of it as it hits any drive, but so-far only one drive pr
Power supply maybe? Check the rails. The +12VDC must be good.
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