Hey, Carried away with other stuff this week...
I flashed to the latest bios version but no luck. (Good thing though I got rid of that sound-warning bug every time I changed the bios! )
I also tried Red Hat and got the same error.
I do run my memory to 400 although it is a 433. I think that there is no problem with that. I am just not sure.
In general memory seems to work ok (bios counts it correctly at least). I was just taking wild guesses on what could be the problem.
I suspect that initrd is not loaded into ram at all and hence I get the "unable to mount rootfs" - kernel panic.
As I said when I pass to the kernel "linux mem=1Gb" I get "Can not find kernel image: initrd=initrd64" in a nice graphic box.
Does anyone knows what is wrong when you get that error message?
I am not an expert in ramdisks and virtual file systems so anyone that could enlighten me in what could go wrong in that process would save me a lot of trouble.
Thanks anyway, Zacharias.
--- Mike email@example.com wrote:
On Wednesday 15 December 2004 22:23, Zacharias Spyridakis wrote:
PS: I am a couple of BIOS versions behind. But
please if you suggest me to
flash to the latest version include the reason you
think that could solve
the problem. Last time I flashed I had to buy a
When I got my AV8, it was a few BIOS versions behind. It wouldn't run 2 x 1GB memory at ddr400. Once I updated the BIOS, it worked great. So, I highly recommend it.
As for your problem, I think (haven't looked in a while) but that the default memory speed setting for the BIOS is to read the memory stick specs and try to run at that speed. So I think you might need to go into the BIOS, take it out of 'Auto' mode, and set it manually to ddr400.
I'd be real happy with the AV8 if I could get motherboard temp sensors to work...
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