Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #8459, comment 3


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Apr 10, 2012 8:00:44 AM (7 years ago)
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  • Ticket #8459, comment 3

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    66For test Haiku is on a USB stick recognized as sdd.
    77If SATA is configured as IDE, all disk and partitions are recognized. Haiku is installed on /dev/sda(2) and works properly.
    8  If SATA is set in the AHCI mode. Haiku on USB boots see attachments, but only the USB stick is recognized by the disk program.
    9  Accidentally I found out that if I boot with the SMP disabled (SATA is in the AHCI mode) sdb and sdc plus the DVD drive recognized. All partitions are shown correctly. sda is not seen by HAIKU. Playing with the other safe boot options does not change it. Nor is there a change if in the bios I change boot order.
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     9If SATA is set in the AHCI mode. Haiku on USB boots see attachments, but only the USB stick is recognized by the disk program.
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     11Accidentally I found out that if I boot with the SMP disabled (SATA is in the AHCI mode) sdb and sdc plus the DVD drive recognized. All partitions are shown correctly. sda is not seen by HAIKU. Playing with the other safe boot options does not change it. Nor is there a change if in the bios I change boot order.
    1012Unfortunately since Haiku is installed in sda, I cannot run it from hard rive in the AHCI mode. So nforce SATA (MCP78S) almost works.