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Date:      Sun, 24 Nov 1996 16:51:01 -0500 (EST)
From:      jack <>
Subject:   Re:
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On Sun, 24 Nov 1996 wrote:

> I have 2 Western Digital EIDE 2.5GB drives in my FreeBSD 2.1.5 system.
> Every so often my second drive generates the following error message.
> wd: interrupt timeout:
> wd1: status 58<seekdone,drq> error 0
> wd1: interrupt timeout:
> wd1: status 50<seekdone> error 1<no_dam>
> What does this mean?  BTW, I've tried reversing the two drives and
> reinstalled everything ... same thing occurs.
> One more note, the system was originally 2.1.0 and I upgraded the kernel.
> Does anyone else seem to have this problem?

Yes.  It started for me after I installed the new motherboard.  No matter
how I set the BIOS or which OS I'm running, FreeBSD, OS/2, or Lose95, the
damned APM powers down the drives.

Solution?  I'm accepting any and all contributions to my SCSI fund.  <G>

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