Re: pata_it821x completely broken
From: Rene Herman
Date: Tue Jul 22 2008 - 15:33:55 EST
On 22-07-08 21:16, Ondrej Zary wrote:
On Tuesday 22 July 2008 20:10:22 Alan Cox wrote:
On the bright side that also allows us to implement a pata_mfm/rll
driver at last.
I used to have an old drive that was something like that - 5.25"
Seagate 40MB drive. I sold it including the controller a couple of
years ago (it was still working) so no testing fun for me.
Looking at a Western Digital "FileCard 30" consisting of a Seagate
ST-125 and WDQC16 8-bit ISA controller. MFM I believe.
I put a sticker on it with: "io=0x320, irq=5, dma=3 615/4/26 (or 614)"
The thing has its own BIOS and if If I'm not mistaken it could only live
in an AT+ with all other drives in the BIOS turned of. This might mean
I'd be capable of testing it from a boot-floppy only but if you
desperately want a tester, I'll try to volunteer ;-)
I remember using DOS "debug" to jump into its BIOS low-level format
routine so I did get it doing something...
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