Asus P4T-M 1005 Driver
Have upgraded the Bios to E, with no success. Saw the . I'm using RH8 on an Asus P4T-E and am also still having the problem. But no I had bad luck I got on with CYP chip and BIOS red face . you need to download the P4T manual from Asus' site or you can save . the P4T-E slightly (as far as memory benchmarks) as well; I'm not sure what. Fix two unknown devices appears in Windows Device Manager if M/B comes path> \pub\ASUS\mb\sock\p4sm\p4smzip 1. 10/03/ \pub\ASUS\mb\sock\\p4t-f\ 1.
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Asus P4T-M 1005 Driver
Saw the comment from alan redhat. So I tried RawHide 2. Had a look at the source for the 2.
S has been made. I suspect there are two problems -- During install of RH 7.
Cheers, Michael Comment 5 Howard Susman If I recompile the kernel with the floppy driver as a module rather than part of the kernel, the problem seems to go away. If this works for others, I Asus P4T-M 1005 still be interested to know the real nature of the problem as this work around should really have no effect. Comment 6 Andreas Manschke Andreas Comment 7 Need Real Asus P4T-M 1005 Red Hat Linux version 7.
Comment 8 Need Real Name I am bracing myself to figure out Howards recompile the kernel crap! If anyone Asus P4T-M 1005 a newbie simple description on how to do this please post or email me!
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Comment 9 Alan Cox Basically this board appears to have some weird, unique and non standard Asus P4T-M 1005 compatibility problem Comment 10 Need Real Name Here are the results so far: When I installed 7. Comment 11 Need Real Name Floppy device still not found.
Comment 12 Need Real Asus P4T-M 1005 Comment 14 Need Real Name As far as I can see there is no complaints on MSI but if anyone knows otherwise please advise. Comment 15 Per Steinar Iversen On tech support's suggestion, I have tried compiling the driver as a module, and it Asus P4T-M 1005 to have caused Linux to recognize the floppy controller, but I could not complete the Kudzu procedure when the system recognized the device at boot because So I had no input and could not complete either the Kudzu procedure or login.
Comment 17 Need Real Name I have the same Asus P4T-M 1005 as mention above. The problem that I am having is not being able to copy to and from the floppy drive.
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In fact, the Linux system does not recognize the floppy drive at all. I am not sure how to recompile my BIOS as mentioned above.
I could use some help on that as well. The bottom line problem that I Asus P4T-M 1005 trying to resolve is getting the Linux system to recognize the floppy drive so I can copy to and from a floppy.
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Comment 18 Alan Cox I have a couple of fairly off the wall guesses at what might be the problem if someone wants to grab a test kernel image, write it to floppy and try booting it on an afflicted board. The odds of it Asus P4T-M 1005 are not brilliant but it might be worth the experiment to find out what is up Comment 19 Need Real Name Comment 20 Mike A.
Comment 21 Alan Cox The change Asus P4T-M 1005 proposes is needed anyway for legacy free PC systems which don't have a conventional floppy controller. Comment 23 Need Real Name S has the patch applied -- and the floppy drive doesn't work.
When I recompile the kernel making the floppy modular. Then the floppy drive works. Or if you have to read from the floppy on an install.