Originally Posted by kuwaitikid
I have a fresh install of Fedora 12 (An upgrade from fedora 10) and it freezes during the initial boot. I have a toshiba laptop and one of the errors I get is"
Fatal error inserting Toshiba.ACPI
"Make sure the Kernel has enabled the Toshiba option in the ACPI section"
Fatal Error, could not open:
Also there is problem initialising the wireless modem during the first boot. This appears to be a driver problem but unfortunately I dont know how to disable the wireless modem during the first boot phase after installation of F12
These errors occur during the initial boot of my system and the computer never gets to the log in screen.
I would appreciate some help in fixing these problem.
When you get GRUB, press any other key except enter.
it will show you some lines in the Linux entry.
Move to the line which says something like 'vmlinuz' and press a.
type this -
press enter and then b. keep your fingers crossed.