On Monday 02 February 2004 15:31, Rick Moen wrote:
> Quoting John Allen (john.allen at dublinux.net):
> > But it is not the IDE that is at fault, it is the newer revs of NVIDIA's
> > nForce chipset.
>> 1. We were discussing the old Intel 440BX. Suddenly, you're discussing
> nForce? Are you confused, or am I?
Neither of us are confused. It was "Adrian P. Ireland" <aireland at eircom.net>
who introduced the nForce stuff when he stated he had problems with an Asus
A7N8X revision 2.
> 2. Since you're now apparently choosing to discuss an entirely
> different motherboard, you might as well clarify whether you're speaking
> of problems with the Nvidia IGP series North Bridge or the Nvidia MCP
> series South Bridge. One suspects the latter.
>> Fortunately, I've carefully avoided Nvidia chipsets, and so have had
> no problem at all with them. ;->
> Cheers, "This is Unix. Stop acting so helpless."
> Rick Moen -- D.J. Bernstein
>rick at linuxmafia.com
John Allen, Email: mailto:john.allen at dublinux.net
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