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Old 6th April 2012
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Default wd0a: device timeout writing fsbn ... of .....-.......

Hi !

I was upgrading my imac via ftp , suddently an error message read repeatedly :

wd0a : device timeout writing fsbn ......number..... of .....number......
and :
d0 : soft error (corrected)
then it ended with :
could not retrieve Tx statistics cancelling automatic rate control
couldn not transmit buffer : TIMEOUT
what does it mean in understandible human language ?
thank you very much

Note : Mates who are upgrading maccpc .. avoid packages , and build ports instead .. the packages list is older than the install sets .. :-)
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