[CentOS] Centos 4 on Terminator C3

centos at 911networks.com centos at 911networks.com
Mon Mar 19 15:30:44 UTC 2007

On Mon, 19 Mar 2007 11:09:28 -0400
"Justin Randall" <jrandall at comwave.net> wrote:

> It may sound a bit strange but I had a similar problem with an
> ASUS mobo with a Via chipset a long time ago and that problem
> was actually related to the dynamic discovery of memory clocking
> speeds.
> For some reason it was negotiating a higher memory clocking
> speed then the memory supported.  What ended up fixing the issue
> was going into the BIOS and statically assigning the memory
> clocking speed.  Of course the downside to this is that this
> setting would need to be changed anytime you upgrade your memory
> some with a different clocking rate.
> It may not be what you're experiencing but maybe worth a shot.
> How far into the boot process does your computers reboot again?

It reboots on the second line of dots after pressing the enter
key. I have tried the following either as single or in combination:

apm=off noapci skipddc

> Justin.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: centos at 911networks.com [mailto:centos at 911networks.com] 
> Sent: Sunday, March 18, 2007 10:44 AM
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> Subject: [CentOS] Centos 4 on Terminator C3
> I am trying to install Centos 4 on an Asus terminator c3 with the
> via chipset. It keeps on rebooting. It won't install.
> It's a P3 800Mhz made by Via with 512Mb RAM.
> I have searched and found nothing about it.
> Any suggestion?


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