Re: problem with RHEL4, really frustrated , plz help
- Ya , my model is Dual Core 2.8 Ghz(Processor x86 Family 15 Model 4
Stepping 7 GenuineIntel ~2797 Mhz).
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "manimartyr" <manimartyr@...> wrote:
> --- In email@example.com, "ja_ligrup" <ja_ligrup@> wrote:
> > Hi to all,
> > My motherboard is Intel Original TS946GZIS. When i try to install
> > RHEL4 it just doesnot recognise my motherboard.
> > It just stops on PCI:Probing New Hardware and doesnot install RHEL4.
> > Basically it is not recognising my chipset when i give MEMTEST
> > in the starting.
> > THEN SOMEONE SUGGEST ME:
> > While installing the RHEL4 type linux askmethod from the beginning.
> > I had already done this but the same problem persist.
> > I had gone through all the Intel site, they have given BIOS updates
> > for TS946GZIS motherboard which is mine, I had updated my BIOS also,
> > then i tried to install linux but all in vain.No benefits.
> > Plz tell me a solid way of installing Linux.It will install bcoz
> > Intel has given all the drivers of Audio, Video, Graphics and LAN
> > drivers for this motherboard of Linux.
> > THEN I TRY THIS:
> > linux irqprobe all-generic-ide acpi=off
> > This one pays off, but :
> > 1) Firstly the linux was installed really very slow.
> > 2) Now when my system boots, and i start RHEL4, a black screen
> > where it is written Kernel 2.6.9-11 compiled successfully... , the
> > cursor remains there and nothing happens.
> > 3)Then i applied a third way with linux pci=nommconf, thought that
> > this would work but the problem remains the same.
> > 4)My linux gets installed but now some Kernel problem is there.
> > Plz help me out , whts the root cause.
> > Thanx.
> > My PC config is:
> > System Model D946GZIS
> > Processor x86 Family 15 Model 4 Stepping 7 GenuineIntel ~2797
> > RAM : DDR2 1GB
> > Name SigmaTel High Definition Audio CODEC
> > Name Intel(R) 946GZ Express Chipset Family
> > Adapter Type Intel(R) GMA 3000, Intel Corporation compatible
> > MODEM Name HSP56 Micromodem
> can u tell me ur processor model like dual core or core2duo or
> if u have core2duo.. u have to go in to the kernel and endable
> Synchronised multi processing(SMP)...