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Old 06-08-2004, 01:10 AM   #1
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Linuz Booting Problem

Linux Booting Problem ( post #5)


Im a a new bie to Linux
i ve insatlled the RED HAT 9 at the first go
The installation went fine, there wasnt any problem in intallation im sure
but there is a problem, the system does not boot, it gets struck while booting
It comes to a halt and says "FINDING MODULE DEPENDENCIES" and sits there for eternity and never gets booted
i dont know watz the problem
Guyz can u help me
do it soon plzzzzz

My system Specifiactions

Hardware Specifications:

AMD Athlon 2200+ Processor
ASUS A7N266 Motherboard (Inbuilt Graphics and Sound)
Samsung 512MB DDR Memory
80GB Seagate Ultra DMA Hard Disk
ATX Chassis
17 LG Monitor
LG DVD and CD-RW Combo Drive
Microsoft Basic Keyboard
Microsoft Optical Mouse
Compex 10/100 Ethernet Card
1.44MB FDD

Software Specifications:

Windows 2000 Professional and Red Hat 9 dual boot Operating System
Drivers: Intel INF 5, Intel 865 Graphics, SoundMAX Audio, Intel PRO VE
Microsoft Office 2003
Microsoft Visual Studio 6 with MSDN
CuteFTP Pro 3.3
Nero 6.3 CD Burning Software
WinRAR 3.20 Corporate
Symantec Antivirus Corporate Edition 8.1.1
pdfFactory Pro 2.10

Old 06-08-2004, 06:16 AM   #2
Registered: May 2004
Location: Vienna, Austria
Distribution: Open SuSE 11, Mac OS X 10.5
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Hmmmm, again a Linux Problem with AMD and the chipsets for this CPU.
Don't get me wrong, I absolutly do not have anything against VIA; SiS and nForce,
it's only that there are so many postings related to those chipsets.

So what can you do:

1) Upgrade Your BIOS
2) Disable "Legacy Devices USB Support" in your BIOS Settings
3) Disable Plug & Play OS support in BIOS (perhaps is called PnP OS support)

If this does not help, try to boot with no USB devices attached which could be a problem
if you have a USB Keyboard/Mouse)
Old 06-08-2004, 06:57 AM   #3
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Hey Buddy It Really Worked
Thanks For Helping Me out
I disables the USB Support in The BIOS and It Booted as nuthing was wrong
"HAIL LINUXQUESTION.ORG" especially you MR Vald


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