On Tue, 2004-10-05 at 10:30, Darren Coleman wrote: > Forgot to mention - CPU is an AMD Athlon "Thunderbird" 1.33Ghz, not > overclocked - BIOS has default settings. > > Daz > > (PS. Am I breaking any etiquette rules by top-posting?) > > > -----Original Message----- > > From: fedora-list-bounces redhat com [mailto:fedora-list- > > bounces redhat com] On Behalf Of Darren Coleman > > Sent: 05 October 2004 15:27 > > To: 'For users of Fedora Core releases' > > Subject: RE: Fedora Core 2 boot problems > > > > Apologies.. should've been more specific... > > > > Motherboard: IWill KK266-R > > RAM: 768Mb PC133 > > HD: Maxtor 15Gb (DiamondMax?) > > CD: Plextor 16x40x16 CDRW > > GFX: Diamond Viper V770u > > NIC: Kingston KNE100 (I think) > > > > There are no peripherals connected at all besides a monitor and a network > > cable. > > > > There is only one PCI card in the machine (the NIC), and there is a single > > HD and single CD drive, both Master on IDE1 and IDE2 respectively. > > > > Hope this is enough info. > > > > Thanks, > > > > Darren > > Darren, (PS. Am I breaking any etiquette rules by top-posting?) Probably... But on to the important stuff. Try removing some of your memory. Maybe back it down to 512MB. Possibly rearranging/reseating the SIMMs might also help. Also, memtest on the rescue CD, may shed some light, if there is a memory problem. From what I've seen on the list memtest should be run for a long time if no immediate problems are detected. Bob...
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