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[News] Bounty 11 - New ATA DeviceANN.lu
Posted on 06-Jul-2004 19:28 GMT by One Man Army15 comments
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Aros-Exec Reports that AROS now has a new ATA Device.
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Bounty 11 - New ATA Device : Comment 15 of 15ANN.lu
Posted by Michal Schulz on 11-Jul-2004 17:05 GMT
In reply to Comment 5 (Anonymous):
I love the irony... several well-known AROS developers have been spending a fair bit of time criticizing Hyperion for taking so long to write a DMA-capable IDE driver. Eventually AROS gets its own IDE driver, and what's left out? DMA. It will be *really* funny if the first DMA-capable release of the AROS driver corrupts data.

As I promised, I have released today an UDMA-capable version of ata.device. Until now I haven't noticed any data corruptions allthough some intensive tests. Perhaps I will try to move bigger data and do MD5 on it.
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