On Mon, 2002-08-05 at 21:08, Andre Hedrick wrote:
> If we examine Table 2-3 of the Retired SFF-8038i rev 1.0 the only document
> to describe the behaviors of Bus Master IDE Status Register.
> It is a R/W field.
Andre - you are assuming the drive vendor follows 8038i and didnt just
leave the reserved bits random. At that point 0x76 makes reasonable
sense since its two DMA capable devices + a reserved bit and interrupt
with bus master error.
Which simply means the code is still broken rather than anything truely
insane is happening.
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