Paul Mansfield schrieb am Freitag, den 16. Juni 2000:
> On Thu, 15 Jun 2000, Rainer Wiener wrote:
> > > On Thu, 15 Jun 2000, Rainer Wiener wrote:
> > > > kernel: ide1: unexpected interrupt, status=0x51, count=1
> > > can you hear your hard disk going through a thermal calibration cycle when
> > > this happens?
> > No nothing. But sometimes when I came from the suspend mode I canīt hear
> > anything. I think that the hard disk not wake up again. :-(
> ah, yes. if the disk isn't spinning, it's hard for the system to read from it
yes this is a problem ;-)
> > > do you have something enabled in the BIOS to control power - if so, can you
> > > turn it off and let Linux do the power management?
> > No I have all turn off. But should I try to turn the HDD auto off on?
> > At the kernel I have the following options on:
> > [*] Advanced Power Management BIOS support
> I'd try turning that off and see what happens.
OK I will try this
> I asked about the CD drive because on laptops they're often on the same IDE
> chain... vague possibility polling of the drive might have been occuring and
> causing extra interrupts or something.
No my CD drive is hdc on ide1 my hard disk is hda and on ide0
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