RAMDISK: couldn't find valid ramdisk image starting at 0.
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I have just had the same problem, but windows would not boot either. After shuffling around my memory, I found a memory slot to be faulty.
If I placed memory in the faulty slot, the BIOS would not load. If I used memory in the faulty slot, and memory in any good slot, I got the above error. If I didn't use the faulty slot, then everything fine (apart from damaged hardware)
After longer hours of downloading, but it is ok..made the cd and
giving the following message at final boot
md: autorun DONE
RAMDISK: Couldnīt find valid RAM disk image starting at 0.
VFS: Cannot open root divice <NULL> or unknown-block(3,2)
Please append a correct root= boot option
Kernel panic not syncing:
VFS: Unable to mount root fs on unknown-block(3,2)
Oooohh!! Shit!!! Will it be sata disk(works only in ide fat32, fat..other), my geforce video card(works only in vga..donīt know..yet)
any idea..will be very happy welcomed...
itīs a long time l donīt use linux, and when l did it, little time, l never compiled nothing, donīt know if can resolve such stuff like
this now...even if l will try, unless l receive good suggestions...
thanks in advance for any...
Oh! Sorry for did that, donīt mind, give a credit, l am just a newbie, and ur there...thanks
Well, nothing bad for a newbie to suppose that..Unbeliveble mind u it nearly worked 100%..
In my asus p5ld2-x/133, sata500gb,geforce9600gt...gave that...but
in a an old sis530, ide40gb ntfs, video onboard sis530/620/agp vga display adapter with
the same monitor aoc 1912 1024x768 widescreen
lancard via vt6105
Worked almost everything...
just Unable to locate RSDP
and the conection to the web, donīt open none address, it canīt resolve...l suppose..l will
but the kde, konkeror, utils...aplications, all open very well
Well l didnīt even know yet if based on slackware...take it slow...līm slow..but never stopping..
itīs a AUDITOR SECURITY COLECTION
Linux 2.6.11 Auditor 10
The Auditor security collection is a GPL-licensed live CD based on Knoppix,
with more than 300 security software tools. Auditor gives you easy access
to a broad range of tools in almost no time
Last edited by zezaomachado; 12-10-2010 at 03:40 PM.