[LUNI] Help please
javier_s at ameritech.net
Thu Aug 29 13:50:10 CDT 2002
Mark Martin wrote:
> Once a device starts having trouble, it tends to cause trouble for all of the
> devices connected to the same bus. The messages that you are seeing suggest
> a hardware problem and a problem with the hard drive or CD drive is more
> likely than a problem with the controller.
> I suggest rebooting without your CD drive first to see if the problem lies
> there. If you continue to get similar log entries without your CD drive,
> then it's likely that your hard drive is failing. If you happen to have
> another controller card lying around, you could swap controller cards to see
> if you continue getting the same errors with the same disk and a different
> controller. If you don't have the hardware to try this, consider replacing
> the hard drive first and then, if that doesn't solve the problem, the
> Good luck,
> On Thursday 29 August 2002 08:55, Javier Salazar wrote:
> > Hello all,
> > I think I am about to loose a drive, or the controller is about to give
> > out.
> > ...
> > FYI: hdc is the drive where I have redhat loaded, hdc is my cdrom. I
> > hope it isn's the
> > controler. I have never played with installing or removing it. The
> > hard drive I have no
> > problem replacing it.
> > TIA
> > Javier Salazar
> Linux Users Of Northern Illinois - Technical Discussion
> luni at luni.org
I ended up playing with the jumper cables on the hard drive in
question. Once I
was able to see it again as the "Master" along with the CDRom as the
everything seems to have corrected itself.
My only guess is that I had the jumpers positioned incorrectly.
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