How to change LBA48 addressing capability

Les hlhowell at
Sat Jul 12 16:16:20 UTC 2008

The second drive is probably is jumpered to be the slave drive, so with
no master it is not being addressed.

Les H
On Thu, 2008-07-10 at 22:40 -0600, Dan Hensley wrote:
> On Wed, 2008-07-09 at 08:25 +0000, g wrote:
> > Dan Hensley wrote:
> > > There are no jumpers on the drive, and I don't think I've ever had one
> > 
> > i would believe bill is leading you in right direction to check drivers
> > between fc6 and f9.
> > 
> > maybe even pull down source and contact who wrote them. to lose that much
> > storage, it would have to be something driver related, and a bug that needs
> > looking into.
> > 
> Well, strange things have happened.  During my transition from FC6 to
> F9, I had disconnected a 3rd drive in my system, an EIDE drive.  While
> it was disconnected I was experiencing the disk problems with my 2nd
> drive.  So I plugged the 3rd drive back in, and now the 2nd drive is
> behaving perfectly.  So it seems like this problem is due to some kind
> of strangeness in the BIOS.  I have an Asus board.
> Oh well.  At least it works now.
> Dan

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