DMA disabled by default for optical drives - why?
ubuntu at tigershaunt.com
Tue Nov 18 14:21:50 UTC 2008
> Plz.give me solution
I presume you use an IDE optical drive. Are there any other devices
attached to the same chanel (ie, Master/Slave Device)
I've also seen many computers with a UDMA DVD drive attached to the old
40 pin style ribbon cable. If your drive supports UDMA, be sure you use
an 80-pin UDMA cable, least your bios downgrade DMA for you.
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