It sounds like you have virus detection turned on in your motherboard's
BIOS. I have the same motherboard and was getting a similar message when
I was trying to install. Turning it off fixed the problem.
Hope that helps.
On Fri, 1 Sep 2000, Francois & Anne CANNIC wrote:
> Hello to all!
> I've bought a FreeBSD 4.0 <March 2000> the system is running perfectly
> on my old 80486 DX100.
> I've also bought a new PC because my 80486 is a little bit tired now for
> strong programs.
> I tried to install FreeBSD 4.0 on my new computer and I get a black
> screen of the def...
> It seems the loader cant go very far.
> Here is the message given by the system:
> /boot.config: -P
> Keyboard: yes
> int=0000000d err=000000000 eff=00030002 eip=0000567f
> eax=00000208 ebx=000000000 ecx=c0010010 edx=00000100
> esi=0000000b edi=00000005 ebp=000003f4 esp=000003c4
> cs:eip=0f 32 66 0d 00 00 08 00 - 0f 30 c3 66 b9 10 00 01
> ss:esp=f4 56 03 01 00 00 00 01 - 00 00 3d 1d 00 ec 6a 1d
> system halted
> I could install successfully a Linux 6.4 with a 2.2.14 Kernel on this
> Here is my hardware config:
> AMD K7- Athlon 800 MHz MMX 3D
> ASUS K7V T -AMD Athlon AGP 4X DMA/66 - 133 MHz Motherboard
> DIMM 128 Mo 64 bits SDRAM 133Mhz
> ATI AGP 4X Rage Fury Pro 128 32Mo I/O Video
> LOGITECH Pilot Wheel Mouse PS/2
> KEYTRONIC Phoenix 105 keys EURO Keyboard
> PIONEER DVD-104S IDE 10x DVD 40x CD-ROM
> YAMAHA CRW8424E 8X4X24X IDE
> OLITEC V90-56000 Carte PCI interne
> SOUND BLASTER LIVE! 1024
> Is there a hardware incompatibilty and what can I do to make the kernel
> boot and have a powerfull FreeBSD PC.
> Thanks for answers!
> Francois CANNIC
> 8, Place du Chillou
> 76600 LE HAVRE
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