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  1. I removed all usb devices and downloaded another image. It installed fine. Thanks to all
  2. I see the nic in MCC. Not wireless. I ran through the network setup during installation. I have tried to MCC network setup a number of times, it hasn't worked yet. I am still pretty new to Linux, so I am not familar with how to edit the network files. I can use the termial, I just don't know what to put in the files. When I tell the MCC setup DHCP do I need to put anything else, b/c the default is not cutting it. I did put my gateway IP in the Hostname and it still did not work? Still trying.
  3. I installed LE2005. Install went fine, but I cannot connect to Internet. I have a cable modem connected to a linksys router. I can see my nic but no connection. I am using DHCP. All of my other computers work fine. I have installed Ubuntu and FC4, the internet connection worked right out of the box as it were. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
  4. I unplugged all of my usb devices. Ubuntu installed. Having some trouble with VMware, bluetooth, syncing my Treo 650, multi drive and a couple of other things. I am going to try LE2005 next. Will keep you posted. Thanks to all for your help.
  5. I have tried Ubuntu, FC4, Xandros, Berry, Knoppix, MDK 10.1, Limted 2005. Only Berry has worked thus far.
  6. LE 2005 did not install; same problem. The only Distro that has worked is Berry Linux. Is there an install version of Berry?
  7. Still downloading LE2005(80% complete). My machine rebooted while I was gone-windows :(. As soon as it is done, I will check the image, burn it and attempt to install. Does anyone know how I can configure my Marvell Yukon NIC from within Berry Linux?
  8. While waiting to leave, I downloaded and tried Berry Linux, it worked!!! I made it to the desktop but the nic card was not configured, and I could not get into the NIC config portion, it asked for a password. This being a live cd, I was not given the opportunity to create one. It did not recognize my NVidia FX 5500 dual head AGP video card. I did have sound. I guess I could try SU from within a Term session? I am downloading LE 2005, I will see how that works out before I decide which to use. I will post that on Sunday night.
  9. I will try LE 2005 and Berry Linux. Up to this point I have tried MDK 10.1, Ubuntu 5.4 install and live, Knoppix, FC4, FC3, debian 3.0r4, and xandros desktop, none have worked. I haven't removed my usb devices b/c on a previous motherboard with same usb devices, I had no problem installing MDK and FC3. If I cannot use them, I will probably not install linux, or I will revert to my old motherboard :( Will post results Sunday night (going to Disneyland for the weekend). Thanks to all for your imput. Will post results Sunday Night.
  10. Used noacpi ide=nodma, no luck. There is a PnP/PCI menu but it only contains PCI IRQ assignment.
  11. There is no PnP switch in my bios. It has a PnP/PCI settings menu, but no PnP disable/enable option. I used linux noapci-no joy. The install always locks up after detecting hardware. I have tried Knoppix and Ubuntu live cds-no joy. I don't get an error message per se. Sometimes I get ohci_hcd 0000:02:09.1: Unlik after no-IRQ? Different ACPI or APIC Settings may help. or the last line is this: calling mount (none, /proc/bus/usb, usbdevfs, -1058209792, ) I see the following a few times: usb 1-1 or 2-4 device descriptor read/64, error- 110 If I could I would capture the entire screen and upload it, but I don't think I can do that during install, and since I have yet to get any further.... Can you glean anything from this? I thank you for your help.
  12. Everytime I try install it locks up right after finding hardware. It never makes it to the GUI. I have tried "linux noacpi noapci". I let it sit for hours, still no joy. I wish to migrate from Windows. I was hoping it would be a bit less difficult. Please help. My system: ´╗┐Machine Type: AT/AT COMPATIBLE System BIOS Version: Nvidia - 42302e31 System BIOS Date: 05/04/05 Processor Type: x86 Family 15 Model 31 Stepping 0 Processor Vendor: AuthenticAMD 64 Number of Processors: 1 Physical Memory: 1024 MB ******************** DISK DRIVE INFO ******************** Drive A: Type: 3.5" 1.44MB floppy disk drive Total Space: 1,474,560 bytes Heads: 2 Cylinders: 80 Sectors Per Track: 18 Bytes Per Sector: 512 Drive F: Type: CD-ROM drive Total Space: 247,463,936 bytes ******************** IRQ SUMMARY ******************** IRQ Usage Summary: (ISA) 0 System timer (ISA) 1 Standard 101/102-Key or Microsoft Natural PS/2 Keyboard (ISA) 3 Communications Port (COM2) (ISA) 4 Communications Port (COM1) (PCI) 5 NVIDIA nForce PCI System Management (ISA) 6 Standard floppy disk controller (ISA) 8 System CMOS/real time clock (ISA) 9 Microsoft ACPI-Compliant System (ISA) 12 PS/2 Compatible Mouse (ISA) 13 Numeric data processor (PCI) 14 NVIDIA nForce3 250 Parallel ATA Controller (v2.6) (PCI) 15 NVIDIA nForce3 250 Parallel ATA Controller (v2.6) (PCI) 16 NVIDIA GeForce FX 5500 (PCI) 16 WinFast PVR2000 WDM Video Capture(NTSC) (PCI) 16 WinFast PVR2000 MPEG Encoder (PCI) 17 NEC PCI to USB Open Host Controller (PCI) 17 Silicon Image SiI 3512 SATARaid Controller (PCI) 18 NEC PCI to USB Open Host Controller (PCI) 18 Texas Instruments OHCI Compliant IEEE 1394 Host Controller (PCI) 19 Generic 56K HCF Data Fax Modem (PCI) 19 Standard Enhanced PCI to USB Host Controller (PCI) 19 Marvell Yukon Gigabit Ethernet 10/100/1000Base-T Adapter, Copper RJ-45 (PCI) 20 Standard OpenHCD USB Host Controller (PCI) 20 NVIDIA Network Bus Enumerator (PCI) 21 Standard OpenHCD USB Host Controller (PCI) 21 Realtek AC'97 Audio (PCI) 21 NVIDIA nForce3 250 Serial ATA Controller (v2.6) (PCI) 22 Standard Enhanced PCI to USB Host Controller System_Resource_Report.pdf
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