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Old 01-31-2019, 09:49 AM   #1
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Probing edd (edd=off to disable)...ok when booting ArchLinux on VirtualBox6.0.4


Hi,as the title says i try to boot Arch linux (i686) on VM virtual box and it freezes at 'Probing edd (edd=off to disable)...ok' screen.
I tried:

Writing edd=off to kernel parameters.
Writing intel_pstate=no_hwp to kernel parameters.
Enabling I/O APIC from VM settings.
And couple of unrelated things guys on other forums said.

I would really appreciate any help.
 
  


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