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Old 07-30-2003, 02:44 AM   #1
johny007
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problem after installation of RH9


Hello,

i installed RH9 and after reboot it started to appear
strange message CMOS chechsum is bad. I use W2000 on
this notebook too. If i set throught F2 in bios boot
sequence HDD-FDD,it change it to FDD-HDD ???
This problem only appers after reboot of RH, after
normal shutdown is everything OK, after reboot of W2k
too. Only after reboot of RH, he magicaly change boot
seq. to FDD, HDD. I must enter to setup and change
it to HDD, FDD and then it runs OK, but only to next
reboot RH.

what can i do with it ?

thanks for advice
 
  


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