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Hi again i have an hd on a S-ATA controller. its detected as hde. on every boot the kernel tries to find a hd on the second port of my ...
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    changing kernel checks


    Hi again

    i have an hd on a S-ATA controller. its detected as hde.
    on every boot the kernel tries to find a hd on the second port of my controller which would be hdg.
    this checks take some time and iwant to deactivate it so that the kernel only checks the first port (hde).
    can anybody help?

    thx in advance

    robak
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    Hi ,

    Can you able to disable the second port of your contrller in BIOS Feild or after the booting of the BIOS by using the contrller menu....

    Please find it...


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    Bittu.k.k

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    there is no BIOS or controller option.
    isn't there a nother possibility to bypass it like a kernel parameter?
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