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Old 8th August 2011
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Default NetBSD FSBN Problem

Hey,
Kinda new here but i am currently having problems with my hard drive/s and NetBSD. As the title suggests the problem is related to an FSBN error.

This is the error message that constantly appears during boot-up and right after i set-up the pkgsrc repository.
"WD0D: Device Fault reading FSBN 0 (wd0 bn0; cn0 tn0 sn0), retrying ixpide:0:0: recall drive fault"
"WD0: dos partition I/O error"

From what i have read and gather it appears that there is a problem with NetBSD recognising the first harddrive.

For general information purposes:
My system has 3 Hard drives:
1st Drive: Crucial 64GB Solid-State
2nd & 3rd Drive: WD Caviar Green

The system is also running multiple OS's, as shown
1st SSD: Boot Parition & Linux LVM
2nd HDD: Linux LVM
3rd HDD: Windows 7, FreeBSD, & NetBSD
Bootloader: Grub

None of the other OS's installed have this issue, so i do not believe it is the physical hard drive.

Any help would be great thanks
SL6-A2000
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