Boot problem on a P4P800-based computer
noor at comrax.com
Fri Jun 6 01:15:12 PDT 2003
Will post the informatin right after I install FreeBSD on the machine.
By the way, here's a link to this motherboard on the manufacturer's
| -----Original Message-----
| From: Soeren Schmidt [mailto:sos at spider.deepcore.dk]
| Sent: Friday, June 06, 2003 9:00 AM
| To: Wes Peters
| Cc: Noor Dawod; FreeBSD-STABLE Mailing List; sos at FreeBSD.ORG
| Subject: Re: Boot problem on a P4P800-based computer
| It seems Wes Peters wrote:
| >On Thursday 05 June 2003 09:27, Noor Dawod wrote:
| >> Hi all,
| >> The problem was solved!
| >> This motherboard supports Serial ATA ports, and this
| option was ON in
| >> the BIOS. Turning it OFF, and adjusting the auto-detect
| mode in the
| >> BIOS, solved the problem.
| >> FreeBSD's probed the Serial ATA ports I guess and hanged there...
| >> Maybe one of the developers might want to add a check for
| serial ATA
| >> in the kernel in future releases...
| >Glad you're up and running.
| >Maybe Soren can shed some light on this. Soren, he's running 4.8
| >RELEASE and the boot probe seems to stick when he hits the onboard
| >S-ATA ports. Should this work in 4.8?
| 4.x lacks support for alot of the newer chips out there,
| including most SATA parts (depends on model/vendor of cause).
| However I need to know which chip this is to be certain,
| dmesg/pciconf -l output would be handy..
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