> 2/ timings might be messed up because of the FSB used (75MHz instead
> of 66MHz) on your configuration.
> If you can, underclock your mainboard to 66MHz and see what happens.
> If it solves your problem, then dynamically computing timings from the
> FSB (in my TODO list but behind ATA133 support) will eventually solve
> your problem. Until then you could modify the timings by hand (I could
> provide you a patch for your specific configuration).
My mainboard supports 75 mhz of FSB, but strangely, the system can't
boot. The bios stops just before printing the message that says that a
cdrom has been detected. So I'm using 66 mhz FSB.
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