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i was wondering if anyone could help me with these problems? okay so my motherboard is a

 

 

gigabyte M61PME-S2P

AMD Athlon II X2 245

NVIDIA GeForce 6150SE nForce 430

 

 

Okay so my problem is that i install iDeneb but get a restart loop... i was just wondering if anyone can help me on this as iDeneb is the only distro that doesnt get 'Still waiting for root device' or with other distro's the machine just restarts after booting from the Distro.. :unsure:

 

if someone could help me i would gladly fund there cost and well wasted time on me. ;D

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i was wondering if anyone could help me with these problems? okay so my motherboard is a

 

 

gigabyte M61PME-S2P

AMD Athlon II X2 245

NVIDIA GeForce 6150SE nForce 430

 

 

Okay so my problem is that i install iDeneb but get a restart loop... i was just wondering if anyone can help me on this as iDeneb is the only distro that doesnt get 'Still waiting for root device' or with other distro's the machine just restarts after booting from the Distro.. :unsure:

 

if someone could help me i would gladly fund there cost and well wasted time on me. ;D

 

What do you see when booting with -v ?

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nothing as that is when the restart loop begins.. i dont get a bad install but yes ;)

 

anyone?

 

What kernel did you install from iDeneb?

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idk.. i just went with the stranded install? i have done this with my laptop.. and got wireless and everything working but idk. what kernal should i use?

 

AMD CPUs require the use of a patched i.e. non-vanilla kernel........e.g. for Leopard use Voodoo 9.5.0, or StageXNU 9.4.0........., or for Snow Leopard, use Qoopz kernel.........

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hey, i just installed iDeneb to my machine and this time it boots! i installed nothing but the kernals for it. and it wont boot it has the no entry sign? anyway to fix this? as i said before i will pay the person paypal if i can get this working.

 

 

 

 

:rolleyes:

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Use verbose boot (-v) to check the error.

 

Probably it's "waiting for root device", you have to install the driver for your SATA/ATA controller.

 

You can keep posting in the same topic, no need to create a new one for each step.

 

 

yes yes it is that, how can i go around installing the sata controller? :rolleyes:

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The easiest way is installing again, but this time you select the kernel and the SATA driver in customise (AppleNForceATA?).

 

 

okay then. :) ill do that and report back; and another question. whats the best networking PCI card? hopefully will work out the box?D:

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Please take a picture of your own screen using verbose boot (type "-v" at boot prompt).

 

 

okay hey sorry for the very late reply. i was away

 

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i hope you reply.. and as i said i will glady pay you after it. and stuff.

 

anyone? :)

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Borrow or get a PATA (IDE) DVDRW and jumper-set and connect it as Master...........

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okay.. you got a link for this?

 

Link for what?

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