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Re: fedora problem



kallol maji wrote:

> I' ve a machine with the following conf.----
>  
> 1 AMD64 bit processor
> 2. 80GB Samsung Sata HDD
> 3. MSI RS480 motherboard
> 4. 512Mb RAM
> 5.Sony DVD-RW
> 6. Samsung Cd-ROM
>  
> OS--
> Windows XP professional
>  
> Fedora Core 4 (x86_64) ------ previously
>  
> I ' ve previously installed Fedora core 4 (x86_64) bit version without
> any problem
> But recently when I'm trying to reinstall it it's not getting installed
> With APIC mode on....... while getting ready for installation it's
> givving 
>  
> "Disabling IRQ #180"
>  
> After I disabled the APIC mode........
>  
> while installing the Sata_silicon driver it 's giving.........
>  
> "Disabling IRQ #10" (most probably IDE Controller)
>  
> I'm really surprised and tried many things but can't still install it
> . Although it got installed fine  without problem at the first time..
>  
> plz help.........I've an exam in near future and need LINUX   
>
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IRQ 10 usually is free.

try a $ cat /proc/interrupts

and 180 IRQs? are you sure?

hand

bady


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