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> Pcmcia Kernel Lockup, PCMCIA trouble
oxygn21
post Mar 16 2003, 04:31 PM
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I recently installed susi 8.1 professional on my computer. I have been trying to get the wireless internet up snd running but I am having some trouble. I have a desktop with an sis530 motherboard and an amdk6 processor. I am useing a TI pci card controller and a orinoco silver card. I plug everything in and the computer goes through hotplugging just fine, then the PCMCIA kernel starts, I get 2 beeps from the card then everything locks up. I can't even get out of it with cnrl/break. I have checked the bios for a place to turn off plug and play bios but there is none. I also turned the pnp/pci resources controled by: auto -- to manual. Any help on this would be appreciated.

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post Mar 16 2003, 06:21 PM
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Alright, I solved my problem, but for future reference I ended up changing the kernel from the internal kernel to the external kernel. I found they are pretty close to the same and it seems to work well. Now I just need to figure out how to run my internet through it.
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