Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 77954
ATI PCI Rage 128 & AGP Radeon 9000 = panic at boot
Last modified: 2008-08-01 12:22:53 EDT
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Description of problem:
Install a PCI ATI Rage 128 and AGP Radeon 9000 in the same box and boot. Kernel
will panic about half way through the boot process. Can't tell what the panic
is because the video gets messed up by the panic.
Doesn't matter if BIOS set to PNP or non-PNP.
Combo works fine from Win2K.
Doesn't matter if AGP or PCI is primary video adapter.
Remove either card and panic goes away
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install a PCI ATI Rage 128
2. Install AGP Radeon 9000
4. get panic
I am using the All-in-Wonder version of the ATI Rage128.
Resources used under Win2K
The panic is in ide_build_dma_table. My motherboard has the Highpoint HPT370
chipset but I am not using it for RAID. But this does mean that I have four IDE
channels. IDE3 is the one getting interfered with.
PS - this is a good way to trash your disk.
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