laptop for -current
joseph.peterson at gmail.com
Thu Jul 22 09:20:59 PDT 2004
A full power cycle was suggested to me, but that didn't work on my
Toshiba A25 - and Windows is XP for me as well, I guess Microsoft is
getting less well behaved as far as playing with others is concerned
On Thu, 22 Jul 2004 19:48:12 +0400, Anton Nikiforov <anton at nikiforov.ru> wrote:
> Joseph Peterson wrote:
> > Robert, I'm not sure if this is related to the problem that I had/have
> > (and forgot about) with my Toshiba, but I've found that if Windows was
> > run and I go to boot FreeBSD, I need to go into the BIOS and save it,
> > no changes have to be made, just go into BIOS and save it. This is
> > true of booting from the install CD for the first time, or (as is my
> > case) dual booting back and forth, when I shut down Windows I have to
> > go save the BIOS before FreeBSD will boot.
> > -joe
> I have had the same problem with my Toshiba (tecra 8200) and Compaq
> (Presario 2585), but in my case Windows was XP (with W2K it was OK) and
> i did not run the BIOS, but just did full power sycle (turn off the
> notebook not just reboot from windows)
> > On Thu, 22 Jul 2004 07:46:55 +0200, Robert Klein <roklein at roklein.de> wrote:
> >>On Mittwoch, 21. Juli 2004 22:36, Kim Culhan wrote:
> >>>Anyone know a laptop they think is good for FreeBSd-current?
> >>I have an Acer Travelmate 291LCI which doesn't boot.
> >>Stable doesn't find the CD-ROM, all currents I tried had some
> >>kinda panic during boot.. :(
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