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my spec pc is : DELL Dimension 2350 Series OS:WINDOWS XP Profesional VER. 2002 Pentium(R) 4 CPU 2.00 GHz 1.99 GHz 256 MB Ram HD = 20 GB I made ...
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    hang when install RH9..pls help me...!!!!


    my spec pc is :
    DELL Dimension 2350 Series
    OS:WINDOWS XP Profesional VER. 2002
    Pentium(R) 4 CPU 2.00 GHz 1.99 GHz
    256 MB Ram
    HD = 20 GB

    I made 2 partition
    - 10GB for windows xp
    - 9 GB install Linux(RH 9.0)

    After configuring the system for booting from a CD, the Red Hat Linux Boot screen appears.i choose ENTER for graphical mode. it loading then appear something like below :

    ide1 at 0x170-0x177, 0x376 on irq 15
    hda:host protected area =>1
    hda:39102336 sectors (200 20 MB) w/2048 kib cache, chs=2434/255/63, udma(100)
    hdc:ATAPI 48x cdrom drive, 120kb cache
    uniform cd-rom driver revision:3.12
    ide-floppy driver 0.99.newide
    partition check:
    hda:hda1 hda2<hda5>
    ide-floppy driver 0.99.newide
    uas.c:registered new driver usb devfs
    usb.c:registered new driver hub
    ehci-hcd 00:id.7ci device 8086:24cd
    ehci-hcd 00:id.7:irq9, pci mem d080d000
    usb.c:new usb bus registered, assigned bus number 1
    ehci-hcd 00:id.7:enabled 64 bit pci dma
    pci:00:id.7 pci cache line size set incorrectly (0 bytes) by BIOS/FW
    pci:00:id.7 pci cache line size corrected to 16
    ehci-hcd 00:id.7 : usb 2.0 enabled, ehci 1.00, driver 2003-Jan-22
    hub.c :usb hub found
    hub.c :6 ports detected
    usb-uhci.c: $Revision:1.275 $time 17:33:52 mar 13 2003
    usb-uhci.c: high bandwidth mode enabled
    usb-uhci.c:usb uhci at 1/0 0xd000, irq 3
    usb-uhci.c:detected 2 ports

    then just like that all the time...please help me...i like crazy being install this thing.....

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    First, I would unplug all the USB devices before booting the system.
    If that doesn't work, disable the USB controllers in the BIOS if you can.

    If that still didn't work, I strongly reccomend using a more recent distro then Redhat 9. After Redhat 9, the distro was split into a professional branch (Redhat Enterprise Edition) and a community branch (Fedora Core).
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