oceanare at pacific.net.sg
Sun Sep 2 22:55:51 PDT 2007
the first information which could be helpful is the version of FreeBSD
you tired to install.
What would be also of intereset, when it freezes and what messages are
printed on the screen.
If the loader shows up, you could then disable the failing module.
6.2 has a stable release, but it is a bit outdated.
7.0 is very very current, but it is a real gamble for a newcomer.
All other versions are not this ideal for notebooks.
João Henrique wrote:
> Nice to meet you!
> My notebook - HP Pavilion DV9308 - have a dual core AMD Turion64 chip and a
> video card by NVidia (GeForce 6150).
> I can not install FreeBSD on it, because the system freezes completely with
> or without ACPI enabled on boot time.
> I have tried a lot of tips, but this machine is die hard.
> What kind of additional information must be furnished to help me to install
> FreeBSD in my machine?
> Thank you!
> Prof. João Henrique G. Borges
> "Mac OS X proves that it's easier to make UNIX pretty than it is to make
> Windows secure."
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