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Old 06-12-2006, 02:28 PM   #1
rony358
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Post Fedora installation problems on intel 101GGC


I tried to install FC5 on a computer with 101GGC mother board.After the 1st screen,when i pressed enter,a jumbled up screen appeared.Then i tried to install FC4.Now,the installation was proceeding,but after selecting the keyboard,the computer hanged.This happened several times.Then i decided to install SUSE 10.This time,everything went fine.But,after the installation when the computer rebooted,it hanged.What can be the problem?
the config is-Intel 101GGC board,80GB hard disk,P4 2.8 GHz processor.
 
Old 01-22-2007, 07:44 PM   #2
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Intel 101GGc Board incompatible for Linux

I too have the same problem
I have Intel 101GGc Board,
with Intel 2.8 GHz processor with supporting to 64 bit computing,
512 MB of RAM (64MB shared Memory),
40GB HDD,
48X cdWriter,
I have Installed RHEnterprise Linux 4 It took whole day to install, and also it was taking nearly 10 min to boot completely, I uninstalled It,
later I tried with fedora 5, fedora 6, fedora6 64 bit, all giving the error in the starting of installation. as I boot up with the CD ROM it boots and then a garbage appears on the screen It is telling some IDE error. which Linux version can I Use? or any configuration changes I have to Do?
 
Old 02-14-2007, 08:43 PM   #3
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Hey Guys I had the same problem...... (Scrambeled screen thing)
But mine was solved by formating the HDD at bios level using fdisk.....
Please take proper back-up before formating the hard-disk though...
 
Old 01-05-2009, 01:36 AM   #4
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I too have the same problem
I have Intel 101GGc Board,
with Intel 2.8 GHz processor with supporting to 64 bit computing,
512 MB of RAM (64MB shared Memory),
40GB HDD,
48X cdWriter,
I have Installed RHEnterprise Linux 4 It took whole day to install, and also it was taking nearly 10 min to boot completely, I uninstalled It,
later I tried with fedora 5, fedora 6, fedora6 64 bit, all giving the error in the starting of installation. as I boot up with the CD ROM it boots and then a garbage appears on the screen It is telling some IDE error. which Linux version can I Use? or any configuration changes I have to Do?
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