AMD Computers Boot with Interprid and Hardy
stevenvollom at sbcglobal.net
Mon Mar 2 13:03:28 UTC 2009
Hein van Rensburg wrote:
> When running boot cd, after choosing language, press F6 and add "pci=nomsi" to
> boot line after "quiet splash". Then boot. ( press enter)
> It worked on all 3 of my AMD systems and I could install hardy and interprid.
> Hopes it helps a few people.
I am getting very fond of Intrepid. I have only been back on Hardy a
couple of times since the Intrepid install. I am used to having to
solve problems. I may just continue in Intrepid and see if I can be of
use to the developers.
After I get some sleep, I plan on installing the new video card. I have
to disable on board video to do so, but I want to try. I just posted
sound problems. I am interested in what the Intrepid and KDE 4.2
problems are in 64bit. I just love my new computer. I can't thank you
enough for the help. Multimedia is perhaps my main interest, and that
is where the new problems seem to centralize. Haven't been to bed yet
and it is 8 in the morning.
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