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> Mandrake 10 Installation Problem, It keep's crashing randomly!
FLCL
post Mar 15 2004, 02:37 PM
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Hy everybody!
Maybe someone can help me...
I'm trying to install mandrake 10 on my pc, but the installation crashes randomly every time i tried to install it!
2 days ago i've installed it with no problems!

my machine is
PIII 500
20gb disk
gforce 2mx440
soundblaster pci 128
motherboard shuttle (err... i dont know the model...)

Can someone give me a hand?
Thanks unsure.gif
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hughesjr
post Mar 15 2004, 04:21 PM
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try using the 2.4 kernel during installation ...


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post Mar 15 2004, 04:30 PM
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errr.. and how do i do that?
sorry, i'm newbie in the linux world... unsure.gif
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post Mar 15 2004, 04:44 PM
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When you boot from the CD, there is an initial screen that contains a prompt (I can't boot my test machine right now to see it ... I'm doing updates on a Fedora Core2 partition) .... it has asks you to press a key for help (usually F1 to F5 ... but i'm not sure right now ...) if you read the help files on the screen it will tell you how to pick the kernel you boot from....

As soon as I can, I will boot from my CD and tell you the exact procedure...


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