[Bug 304505] [NEW] Sata controller unrecognised on a Packard Bell Imedia 8783

Nicolas DERIVE kalon33 at ubuntu.com
Tue Dec 2 18:49:51 UTC 2008


Public bug reported:

Binary package hint: linux-image-generic

Hello, I can't give you infos that are following as the kernel doesn't
start the system, and I fall down very fastly in a busybox.

I can just see that after booting on the live-cd, choosing "start Ubuntu
without installing..." or another option which needs a kernel loading,
it tries 3 times to find the Sata controller (one time at 3Gb/s, one
time at 1,5Gb/s each cycle) and finally doesn't reach it.

here is my specs :

I've an Imedia 8783, with a athlon 64 x2 4400+, a Canberra motherboard
from them :

Name : Canberra
Type : Micro ATX motherboard
Made by : ECS
(09-04-2008)

CPU Support

    * Socket AM2+/AM2 (AMD 940-pin)
    * Support socket AM2+/AM2 for AMD Phenom, Athlon 64 X2, Athlon 64, and Sempron processors
    * Support HyperTransport 3.0 with backward compatibility to HyperTransport 1.0

Chipset

    * NVIDIA GeForce 8200 mGPU (MCP78)

System Memory

    * 4x 240-pin DDR2 SDRAM DIMM slots
    * Support Dual channel configuration for better performance
    * Support for single-sided or double-sided DIMMs (DDR2 533/DDR2 677/DDR2 800/DDR2 1066)
    * Support for up to 8 GB system memory
    * Around 700 MB upper memory is shared with the system when 4 GB RAM   is installed

Video

    * Maximum video memory in BIOS is 256 MB shared
    * Total maximum video memory 1407 MB using HyperMemory

Audio

    * Realtek ALC 888 audio codec
    * High Definition Audio subsystem
    * 7.1 channel support

Network

    * Realtek RTL8101E
    * 10/100 Mbit

Expansion Slots

    * 1x PCI Express 16X
    * 1x PCI Express 1X
    * 2x PCI

Drive Support

    * 4x SATA II

Thanks for your help and fast reply.

** Affects: linux-meta (Ubuntu)
     Importance: Undecided
         Status: New

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Sata controller unrecognised on a Packard Bell Imedia 8783
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