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Date:	Wed, 27 Dec 2006 00:50:57 -0500
From:	"Erik Ohrnberger" <>
To:	"'Tejun Heo'" <>
Cc:	<>
Subject: RE: System / libata IDE controller woes (long)

Hi There!
	Yea, I thought that it might be power related as well, so I moved
1/2 of the drives from the 500 Watt power supply onto a separate one, and it
did not change any of the symptoms.  So I think that it's been ruled out.

> Hello,
> Erik Ohrnberger wrote:
> > Earlier this year, when I started putting it together, I 
> gathered my 
> > hardware.  A decent 2 GHz Athlon system with 512 MB RAM, 
> DVD drive, a 
> > 40 GB system drive, and a 500 Watt power supply.  Then I started 
> > adding hard disks.  To date, I've got 5 80 GB PATA, 2 200 
> GB PATA, and 1 60 GB PATA.
> That's 9 hard drives.  How did you hook up your power supply? 
>  My dual-rail 450w PS has a lot of problem driving 9 drives 
> no matter how I hook it up while my 350w power supply can 
> happily handle the load.  I suspect it's because how the 
> separate 12v rails are configured in the PS.
> It's nothing concrete but I wanna rule PS issue first.  If 
> you've got an extra power supply (buy cheap 350w one if you 
> don't have one), hook half of the drives to it and see what 
> happens.  Using PS without motherboard is easy.  Just ask google.
> Happy holidays.
> --
> tejun

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