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Old 05-05-2004, 03:52 AM   #1
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Wink suse 8.2 instalwhith promise raid PDC20276


hi
i'm from Bulgaria and i don't know English very well but i hope that you will understand me!!!!!
I have a PC whit MB ASUS A7V333 whit raid promise PDC20276
and i want to install Suse 8.2 but ,
when i boot from install CD and go to manual installation
on the prompt i write IO for my HDs like
append="ide2=0xd400,0xd000 ide3=0xb800,0xb400".
after that when installation start i can't load modules for this controller promise (pdcraid.o or somethings else )from kernel(modules....).
Please help me what must i have to do .
I see that usb ports and raid controllers have irq 5.How i can off
usb verifying.
how i can boot without usb ports .

HELP ME PLEASE!!!
 
  


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