I can't find anyplace in the bios to change LBA. I even broke down
and looked in the manual. It's a micron and although it refers to
LBA in the glossary, it isn't mentioned in the section on the bios.
> Are you going to install Linux onto this disk or are you just adding this
> disk to an existing install?
This is just a data disk being added to an existing system.
> Also try cfdisk.
Didn't work either.
> On Thu, 16 Dec 1999, Mark Leininger wrote:
> > Installed Quantum Fireball IDE 17GB disk. Attempts to fdisk give:
> > Disk /dev/hda: 247 heads, 228 sectors, 40681 cylinders
> > Units = cylinders of 56316 * 512 bytes
> > Device Boot Begin Start End Blocks Id System
> > /dev/hda1 1 1 1001 28186044 83 Linux native
> > Partition 1 does not end on cylinder boundary:
> > phys=(1000, 246, 36) should be (1000, 246, 228)
> > No matter what sized partition I try to create, this is the result. If
> > I go ahead and create a file system, it either takes forever and just
> > hangs, or creates a file system smaller than the partition. Kernel
> > is 2.0.35. Any suggestions?