[olug] 486-33 chokes on cdrom

Phil Brutsche pbrutsch at creighton.edu
Mon Jan 8 05:45:23 UTC 2001

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A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far way, someone said...

> On Sun 07 Jan 2001, Phil Brutsche wrote:
> > You should check to make sure the hard drive and CD-ROM are jumpered
> > correctly - ie HD needs to be set for master and CDROM for slave.
> I just tried that (2nd time).  It hangs after the memory test with the
> number 120 printed below the mem numbers.  In lesser failures, there's an
> error that goes:  120secs to allow for controler, or something like that.
> Anyway it's a hardware problem involving a harddrive (that works by itself),
> a cdrom (quite new and just removed from a fully functioning pc), and an ide
> cable (that the harddrive will run on either plug).  That pretty much leaves
> the controller, I suppose... BWDIK.

Or the CD Drive, as someone else said.

> > I've got a whole box full of ISA Intel and 3com ethernet cards if you need
> > any :)
> Do you think they would be compatible with my 2 existing linksys pci 10/100
> cards I am networking with (through a linksys hub)?

Something would be very wrong if they weren't compatible.

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