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Old 12-02-2003, 02:51 AM   #1
raccoon
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System freezing at "Real Time Clock Driver"


Hello everyone!

I decided to get once again install Linux on my workstation,
but discovered some very nasty errors :/

When booting from the installation disc, the system hangs when
loading the "Real Time Clock Driver" - but only when I have my
USB mouse plugged in.

I've tried both Slackware 9.0 and 9.1, as well as Red Hat 9 - same
problem in all of them. I installed Slackware 9.1 successfully
(without the mouse plugged in), to check if this were an installation
problem only, but the same thing happened when i booted up after
installing (with mouse plugged in).

Has anyone encountered a problem like this? My mainboard is an
ASUS A7V-E, with a Athlon Classic CPU and a GeForce 3 AGP card.

Regards, Kim Christensen a.k.a raccoon


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