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Hello I am using intel i7 processor with 8GB RAM monitor is V22+ AOC. graphic is GE8400S nvidia the issue is that the RHEL6 boot hangs. the acpi=force is tried ...
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    RHEL6 hanging on boot


    Hello

    I am using intel i7 processor with 8GB RAM
    monitor is V22+ AOC.
    graphic is GE8400S nvidia

    the issue is that the RHEL6 boot hangs.

    the acpi=force is tried but still it hangs.

    with acpi=off , it boots up normal but the fonts are too big.

    the BIOS is on latest level.

    motherboard is intel DH55TC.

    any help will be much appreciated.

    I need to use the virtualization, but since the machine hangs on boot up ( i.e boots takes like 45 minutes or so) and also hangs on normal shutdown.

    Any help would be much appreciated.

    br//
    Anuraag.

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    This is not a kernel, video, or monitor issue. This is a motherboard issue (probably) given that disabling ACPI allows it to boot. What is the make+model of your computer? Another thing is that this could be due to a mis-configuration of the BIOS, which is not uncommon for PC's manufactured to run Windows. You may need to alter some BIOS settings to resolve this, at the least.
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