That doesnt mean to say it will work for you just means it should! Email me about changes to this bug report. This is a list compiled from other sources known to be working. Sat Sep 24, 4: Zitat von sta1nislaus im Beitrag 7 Fernando, I am really sorry to bother you again. Massive thanks to Xecuter and all staff, Im still on twitter MrTeajunkie.

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Attached is dmesg output dmesg-lastry. Known compatible sata chipsets. Apologies if it has reached you inappropriately; please just reply to this message indicating so.

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The reason mentioned above will be used. Team Xecuter Archive Top. Thanks for all your help in the last few days. Tested newest liteon c and works on ALL sata ports flawlessly. Leann Ogasawara leannogasawara wrote on By alyshehata in forum The Noob Room.


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This links to my modified Xbox http: Results 1 to 20 of Known compatible sata chipsets give it a shot it might work. Controlller me, how do I actually implement your above suggestion. Using the Ubuntu 9. Hi James, Can you attach your dmesg output without using any of the additional boot options your first dmesg contained?

Known compatible sata chipsets

By Ryanmp31 in forum Xbox Firmware Support. Welcome guest, is this your first visit? Fernando thank you, I have now implemented your changes, and sara all worked as you explained.

Known compatible sata chipsets I have been using the onboard sata on my computer that has a ECS AGMA motherboard in it, controllrr sure of the controller though, I am currently overseas and havent been by that computer in months.

Despite this I’m hoping someone can help me with my problem.


Known compatible sata chipsets Sorry bud i really dont know! How do i know if my SATA is compatible? I included two screenshots which, I believe, includes the information you requested. It might also be good to test the latest saata mainline kernel and see if the issue still remains there or may have been resolved. Does it seem correct to you?

nForce 430/410/405/400 – Windows XP/2000 32-Bit

Topic settings Print view. James Tuttle jwtuttle wrote on That doesnt mean to say it will work for you just means it should! Thanks for the screenshots, which verify what I have already supected: