[SeaBIOS] [coreboot] [solved] i945: AHCI timeout with Crucial m4 SSD 2.5 in SeaBIOS on cold boot
paulepanter at users.sourceforge.net
Sat Oct 4 17:34:21 CEST 2014
Am Freitag, den 19.09.2014, 11:47 -0400 schrieb Kevin O'Connor:
> On Fri, Sep 19, 2014 at 09:36:30AM +0200, Paul Menzel wrote:
> > 01.542: init ahci
> > 01.541: AHCI controller at 1f.2, iobase e4444400, irq 0
> > 01.541: AHCI: cap 0xdf12ff03, ports_impl 0x1
> > 01.541: /7f673000\ Start thread
> > 01.541: |7f673000| AHCI/0: probing
> > 01.542: |7f673000| AHCI/0: link up
> > […]
> > 32.700: |7f673000| WARNING - Timeout at ahci_port_setup:466!
> > 32.700: |7f673000| AHCI/0: device not ready (tf 0x80 cmd=6016 stat=113 ctl=0 err=4050002)
> The err field indicates the controller thinks the device disconnected
> and then reconnected. Possibly the firmware on the ssd was resetting
> itself (or something similar).
> Can you see if a more recent firmware version is available for your
Upgrading the firmware from 0309 to 070H seems to have fixed the issue.
The drive is now detected on cold boot.
> Otherwise, it looks like this could be worked around in SeaBIOS,
> but it wouldn't be particularly nice.
Some message on the screen informing the user about a bad device could
be helpful, though currently the Crucial m4 is the only device, this is
One or several attached drives could not be correctly
initialized. This could be a problem with the hardware or the
drive firmware. Please check the hardware on a different system
or update the firmware and try again.
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