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    Re: Hard Time Installing Woody With Boot Disk (Score: 0)
    by Anonymous on Monday, November 05 @ 04:55:03 GMT

    I found that modifing my boot params to install, then compliling a kernel with ATA100 support worked for me.

    At the linux: prompt, try:

    ide2=0x9400, 0x9002 ide3=0x8800, 0x8402

    You will have to add these to lilo.conf and run lilo to avoid having to do this at every boot until you get your kernel native ATA100.


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