Linux sets register 40 bit 2 to enable the IDE port? Could you pass on a link please of your setup? BTW i am trying to set ide mode so i simply changed the 3 instances of b1 to 91 trying to put sata interface into legacy mode and set the checksum. Or do I just leave it alone? They might be similar enough you could replace one with the other, but they also might not be.
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Any pointers would be appreciated. Power, Voltage, Temperature, and Frequency. I made changes at three locations: Problems Only modifying register df[1: Why do you want to avoid the on-board SATA controller?
You might try looking through the Linux kernel sources to see if the driver for the 88SE gives any clues as to how the chip works…. Net is the opinions of its jm36x. It seems like bits [1: So what would one do under this circumstance?
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Net cannot verify the validity of the statements made on this site. Advice regarding this matter is greatly appreciated. I want to use latest bios because it will be better 1.
Or is there any trick? I had some help from the option ROM release noteswhich gave some hints as to what the PCI config registers do or at least, supposed to do after being interpreted by the option ROM. Yes No I don’t have a dog.
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I think what you want is to change b1 02 to b1 Would you use Snapchat filters on your dog? Over a Month Ago Time Zone: Here is the link: Skiprom works best for me in hackintosh. What am I missing? Therefore, I chose to set register df to cause the option ROM to quit without detecting drives.
Final configuration PATA not enabled because turning it on causes a hang during boot. Header Type ‘non-bridge’ single-func Vendor: I speculate its purpose is to disable the option ROM, allowing the main BIOS to set up the rest of the device configuration without interference.
The last byte of the file is used as a checksum. The release notes hints at the existence of a newer 1. Option ROM not enabled by setting df, so the disks are not bootable. The sum of all bytes in the file should be 0x The bytes b1 02 90 are two x86 instructions mov cl, 0x02; nop; See previous reply.
Or do I just leave it alone? Register df is used by the option ROM code at offset 0x I tried modifying the option ROM to also configure register 0x to this value, but had many problems booting. Use the computer and enjoy it.