also need help on how to burn the alternate cd and the files that are to be in it. So I commented out fd0 mount in /etc/fstab and blacklisted floppy in /etc/modules.d/blacklist.conf, but floppy module kept showing up on boot, and could not rmmod it (showing used by 1, but The title of this bug doesn't reflect my problem, but it's probably the same bug anyway. You can verify this with the following command (this solution works with RHEL, CentOS, Redhat, Ubuntu/Debian and other Linux distros) : # lsmod | grep -i floppy Output:floppy 95465 0Open file http://centralpedia.com/o-error/ubuntu-buffer-i-o-error-on-device.html
Results to lsmod | grep floppy : floppy 59524 0 ??? Here's image: http://i.imgur.com/JBD5x.jpg Another thing I noticed is that after few about an hour, messages disappear, this error keeps showing up for first hour roughly. Asus motherboard. markus haider (markus.haider) wrote on 2010-04-07: #53 I installed Lucid Beta 1 and I am also experiencing this bug. http://askubuntu.com/questions/213512/buffer-i-o-error-on-device-fd0-logical-block-0-error
Bruce Miller (brm0423) wrote on 2009-06-10: #9 I am not experiencing a one-minute delay in boot-up, but am seeing dmesg being filled with seeks for a non-existent floppy drive: [92497.412378] end_request: Edit bug mail Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else Bug attachments Screenshot showing phantom Floppy Drive (edit) Dependencies.txt (edit) ProcMaps.txt (edit) ProcStatus.txt (edit) No Virtual Drive (edit) dmesg with virtual floppy This is no fix for me. > Please let me know what test results should I provide to help to get rid of > this bug. > > -- > Linux See full activity log To post a comment you must log in.
No other related BIOS settings and no help. gnome-terminal share|improve this question edited Nov 6 '12 at 11:09 asked Nov 6 '12 at 7:46 Paul Dirac 148116 add a comment| 3 Answers 3 active oldest votes up vote 11 I already disable floppy, Im not getting the same error anymore, but it doesnt go anywhre. Buffer Io Error On Device Sda Not the answer you're looking for?
My BIOS is an Award Software BIOS; I believe Phoenix is the same company. End_request I/o Error Dev Fd0 Sector 0 Vmware There appears to be no kernel component, so closing off the linux task. schibros (schibaba) said on 2007-11-29: #8 i have the same problem with my toshiba tecra 8200. http://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/linux-end_request-ioerror-dev-fd0-sector0/ I have the same issue on a physical machine. > I have floppy disk support enabled in the BIOS setup, but don't have a floppy drive installed.
I oppose. Blk_update_request I O Error Dev Fd0 Sector 0 We just have to be patient for some more months. Changed in linux (Ubuntu): assignee: nobody → Andy Whitcroft (apw) status: Triaged → In Progress Johan Kiviniemi (ion) wrote on 2009-06-16: #14 Leann, Thanks, I’ll test with a vanilla kernel. Martin Pitt (pitti) wrote on 2013-01-08: #46 This is fixed in https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/udisks2/2.0.1-1 in raring.
You probably have a bad image. check my blog sandaili (me-sandaili) said on 2008-11-29: #12 Actually Magnus, I am getting it and my floppy drive is definitely turned off in BIOS so it doesn't work for everyone. Ubuntu Blk_update_request: I/o Error, Dev Fd0, Sector 0 Not needed for an Ethernet Connection. What Is Fd0 Not quite, but we switched from udisks to udisks2 which cleaned up the device detection logic.
ie attach /var/logs/udev and also the output of sudo time /lib/udev/devkit-disks-part-id /dev/fd0 . http://centralpedia.com/o-error/ubuntu-buffer-i-o-error-on-device-hdb.html Could you attach the /var/logs/udev file from a boot showing the issue, and also could you report the output of the command below: sudo time /lib/udev/devkit-disks-part-id /dev/sda Thanks. If it was not in the initramfs we would then load it asynchonously in immediatly after mounting root. Dan Taylor (slash) wrote on 2009-08-12: #41 I have a Dell Inspiron 4150 and I receive this exact same behavior *only* when I have the removable dvd/cd-rom in the modular bay. Blk_update_request I/o Error Dev Fd0 Vmware
Also did this work on a previous Ubuntu release, if so which, in a previous release we had issues with the floppy _not_ being recognised correctly which would have masked this Martin Pitt (pitti) wrote on 2012-11-19: #18 > So - you want me to add a floppy drive to my VM - and then what ?? It was at the end of a lot of such errors. http://centralpedia.com/o-error/ubuntu-buffer-i-o-error-on-device-sr0.html Sometimes user mode tools can also control driver binding.
Andrew Cowie (andrew-cowie) wrote on 2010-05-02: #54 I installed the April 29th lucid 10.04 release and was affected by this on a Thinkpad T43. I O Error Dev Fd0 Sector 0 Vmware no floppy drive. Probing slows down > bootup by almost a minute. > https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/384579 > You received this bug notification because you are a direct subscriber > of a duplicate bug. > -- Only
It's free: ©2000-2016 nixCraft. Is that waht you wanted? I am not sure how to get into the BIOS to disable? Buffer I/o Error On Device Logical Block Thanks for the help. –Paul Dirac Dec 29 '12 at 9:03 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote This message appears when you don’t have a floppy drive attached.
Launchpad couldn't connect to Linux Kernel Bug Tracker. (what does this mean?) Affecting: Linux Filed here by: Johan Kiviniemi When: 2009-06-08 Completed: 2012-06-08 Target Distribution Baltix BOSS Juju Charms Collection Elbuntu Martin Pitt (pitti) wrote on 2012-11-23: #42 > I have real physical floppy on a real machine. Reply Link pABLO March 13, 2010, 8:57 pmHi, can somebody tell me step by step what should I do? Check This Out User contributions on this site are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike 4.0 International License.
because of the graphic issues i cant install ubuntu, cos i cant see where the install icon is located on the desktop. Since some recent update, I think, because the launcher icon was there only after me booting my machine this morning. (European time). I just need the command outputs from comment 16. What does the "N" in N-nitrosoamine mean/stand for?
Everything seems to be up and running OK, yet I am somewhat curious..... Originally I thought it's because all the formats of my partitions were in NTFS so I formatted a partition to Ext 3 hoping it would solve the problem but didn't I After setting the BIOS to "No Floppy", the problem went away and it is now working just fine. Just want to get this resolved as quickly as possible. @Johan Kiviniemi, since you are the original bug reporter.
In the meantime, the the dvd drive is pounding hard and never seems to write to the hard drive. Some time later we then start to see the errors: [ 18.140540] end_request: I/O error, dev fd0, sector 0 [ 30.304489] end_request: I/O error, dev fd0, sector 0 [ 30.304493] Buffer Changed in udisks2 (Ubuntu): status: Incomplete → Invalid SlugiusRex (slugiusrex) wrote on 2012-11-20: Re: VMWare exports a floppy controller, resulting in a phantom floppy drive. #26 I opened a discussion thread Its got my nomination for most diabolically annoying bug of the karmic development cycle. :) gvfs-mount -l Drive(0): TSSTcorp DVD-ROM TS-H353B Type: GProxyDrive (GProxyVolumeMonitorGdu) Drive(1): Optiarc DVD+-RW AD-5170S Type: GProxyDrive (GProxyVolumeMonitorGdu)
when I boot live cd, it doesn't show me any menus, after some waiting, it just gives me two options, "Try ubuntu" or "Install", may I add that line in grub i can only see the taskbar of ubuntu7.10 a > couple of inches to the top of my screen. If the Connection is established then it will be OK . At boot of computer, press DEL to enter BIOS setup (this might be a different key, but your post screen probably will tell you what to hit if it's not DEL.)
Dave Efflandt (efflandt) wrote on 2010-06-06: #56 Dell Inspiron 8200 could not suspend/hibernate in 10.04 LTS with latest updates and standard drivers or nvidia(96), with or without nomodeset (would awake after Rafael Keller Tesser (rktesser) wrote on 2012-11-20: #27 I don't believe this is a VMWare related bug.