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Date:      Mon, 30 Sep 1996 12:30:23 +0000 (GMT)
From:      Gabor Zahemszky <zgabor@CoDe.hu>
To:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   kernel cannot find his own disk
Message-ID:  <199609301230.MAA02921@CoDe.CoDe.hu>

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Hi!

I've the next very interesting problem:
randomly at boot, the kernel correctly start, but when it searches, it
cannot find the disk, from which is it running.

I've got a new Intel VX MB with 32M ram, and two old disk:
an IBM 270MB (Dos, Coherent), and a Conner 540 (Dos, FB).
The disks are OK, on my previous MB, they work fine.  And sometimes, it
works OK now, but sometimes I have to try to boot 2-10 (or more) times the
kernel correctly find that disk.  (I have of course kernel on wd1 in my
kernel config file.)
I think, something is wrong with my hardware setup, but doesn't know too
much about such things.  This MB has a built in ide controller.
-- 
	Gabor Zahemszky <zgabor@CoDe.hu>

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