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 From:  Atle Lagestrand <atle at lagestrand dot no>
 To:  Chris Buechler <cbuechler at gmail dot com>
 Cc:  build <build02 at datafast dot net dot au>, m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] HDD install hangs when booting
 Date:  Sat, 12 Feb 2005 22:26:57 +0100
I had the same problem at my first attempt to test m0n0wall with a 
CD-ROM. After a while I wondered if the downloaded image was corrupt, so 
I re-downloaded the image and burned a new CD - this time I made sure 
closed the CD as I wasn't sure if I had done that the first time.
Anyway - it worked just fine. Even tried it on two machines (Pentium 133 
+ 92MB and a Pentium 166 + 32Mb)

Chris Buechler wrote:
> On Sat, 12 Feb 2005 18:34:50 +0800 (WST), build <build02 at datafast dot net dot au> wrote:
>>I bought an old pentium motherboard (GA-586T2) and a pentium 100 CPU, put
>>64MB of RAM in it and installed mono 1.11 on a 120MB HDD using
>>physdiskwrite thanks to the excellent guide. I set the bios to boot "C
>>only". When booted up it hangs after recognizing the HDD and
>>reading/writing to it for a second or two.
>>The same thing happens when I try a CDROM install. Put the CDROM on
>>Primary master, set bios to boot from "CDROM,A,C". Hangs after reading
>>There is no beeps or error message, it just hangs.
>>Same computer installs and boots to DOS and also IPCOP.
>>Could this be a bios setting somewhere?
> I'd guess BIOS setting first.  First try resetting it to defaults (if
> that's an option) and setting plug and play OS to no.  Upgrading the
> BIOS, if that's an option, might also help.
> -Chris
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