>> >> Some have had success and some have not. I have just made some changes
>> >> to the current driver that may solve this problem, but I cannot say for
>> >> sure.
>> >> Justin T. Gibbs
>> Do you have a kernel source tree? If so, do you mind testing out my latest
>> version of the kernel driver??
>I got all those files and amended the scsi_all.h and rebuilt a new
>kernel. But for me there doesn't seem to be a change in the behaviour
>Well actually after 6 boots I got tired and decided to type kernel.old
>and that booted! It does seem to be something like an old car. I have
>to keep power cycling and once it's started, any amount of reboots can be take
>safely until a power down.. then the hanging/constant-LED arises again.
>Pc User Group, UK
It really sounds like the driver is relying on some value in scratch
ram to be setup that isn't valid. Do you have your BIOS turned on??
can I get your BIOS and card revision numbers?
Justin T. Gibbs
TCS Instructional Group - Programmer/Analyst 1
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