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I'm trying to find source or a workaround in order to get my VIA VT8237 IDE controller working properly with my 2.6.10 kernel so that my system will run at ...
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    VIA VT8237 on 2.6.10 possible?


    I'm trying to find source or a workaround in order to get my VIA VT8237 IDE controller working properly with my 2.6.10 kernel so that my system will run at a decent speed. Does anybody know if this is possible? The VIA823cxxx driver doesn't work.

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    Try this driver.........

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    Try the alsa-drivers. They are already included with the kernel.

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    Kernel >=2.6.11 supports 8237.

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    anyway i've got no problems with this chipset in 2 6 9 and 2 6 10 kernels (MB EPOX 8K9A7I) on Fedora Core 3

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