Hi, trying to install FreeBSD 4.8-release from cdrom media. I can boot from the cd, and go to the graphic kernel configuration. After editing the kernel conf, I save my changes and continue with the install. The probing starts fine, but when reaching the recognising of the harddrives it hangs totally. Keyboard stops responding, and so on. I left it on for more than an hour, hoping it was just a probe going slow, but not.
It's a MSI-6330(Turbo)V3.0 motherboard with AMD processor, the first drive is a Maxtor 30Gb, UDMA100 that is master and has windows on it. I installed an old Maxtor 10Gb, UDMA66 drive as slave (on the same cable as the first drive), that will be the home of FreeBSD. Windows recognises the drives fine. I tried to format the drive, unplug it and so on to check if the drive was faulty, but it hangs after the hd recognition even with only my first drive plugged in. Any ideas? Couldn't find anything in the archives. --Ville -- Ville Lundberg ville.lundbergATwelho.com http://www.hut.fi/~vlundber _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"