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    Quote Originally Posted by Kojak
    I guess it is because of the ATI and the unstable Xorg 6.9cvs included in the default media. Try the following:

    Disable Plug 'n Play in BIOS (if it has that feature)
    Boot with one of the following paramenters

    linux noapic <-- Didn't work
    linux nolapic <-- Didn't work
    linux noapic nolapic <-- Didn't work

    If that does not help, boot in rescue mode and launch the Mandriva Control Centers gfx setup tool from the terminal as root, typing "XFdrake" and use a basic vesa mode. (the whole control center can be launched by typing "mcc" as root). Then use the terminal to set up software mirrors for easyurpmi
    urpmi.addmedia --update updates with media_info/
    urpmi.addmedia main with media_info/
    urpmi.addmedia contrib with media_info/
    Once these are added, update the X package.

    urpmi Xorg (or "urpmi --auto-select" for a complete system upgrade)

    After that, try to set up graphics again and test the setting with the "startx" command.

    Good luck.
    I tried the three commands you gave me. The first and third hang at the same spot, right after swap file partition. The second hangs somewhere near the beginning.

    If booting under 'failsafe' is rescue mode, then that hangs right after swap partition as well.

    Any more ideas?

  2. #12
    Sorry, no more ideas. : (
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    Me neither. Oh well ...
    I am always doing that which I can not do, in order that I may learn how to do it. - Pablo Picasso

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