From: Brian Layman <SilverP<aladin@ne...> - 2005-02-21 22:28:02
>Both smartctl and smartd do not rely on it. See ata_open() and
I do see that thank you.
>>MS has purged the entire Internet of all traces of the article
>>this bug in an effort to deliberately thwart my project.
>Unfortunately MS removed many 9x/ME related entries - from their
>Knowledge Base, not from the entire internet ;-)
OK, I was being a bit facetious... But even sites that had this cached
locally had bad links to the local page! I could find it nowhere either
under the kb# or the title. It was becoming ridiculous! I still say
just might be out to get me! Shhhhh....
>See http://support.microsoft.com/kb/159865/ for more info.
Thank you. I hit that page in my searches but moved on since I wasn't
with event messages. I'll reread it for the mapping details.
>Try IOCTL_DISK_CONTROLLER_NUMBER instead, see:
Ahhh. I did see that name in the most recent version of the MSDN.
Here's where I saw it:
"The following are obsolete control codes.
There's no further info on it but your link provides me with that I
If it is out on the internet still, they just may provide legacy support
Even if it is deprecated, it will work for a while longer right? Right?
Well, I think I will see if it works and if it does, it will be
sufficient for my current needs.
(Watch SP3 deploy next week!)
Thanks for all the info. I'll let you know how it turns out.
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