[CentOS] Re: CentOS 64bits can't boot
John R Pierce
pierce at hogranch.com
Tue Jun 3 05:30:46 UTC 2008
> try booting with noacpi but with the BIOS set to AHCI
> Already did that but same results - reboot and select proper boot
> device or insert boot media in selected boot device and press a key
> could be a BIOS upgrade would 'repair' the ACPI info stored in there.
> I've just upgraded to the last release from Asustek, neither way I
> guess I could reflash it again.
> I've just tried with Fedora 6, 7, with no possitive result and will do
> FC8 tomorrow(in less than 8 hours), FC9 has the same odd results, the
> only thing changed there is that it detects nVidia chipset and
> Graphics card from the beginning, but doesn't recognize HD in the
> install screen.
ugh. replace it with supported hardware. time is money, life is too
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