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Re: Boot problems on an old TM5000

On Sat, Feb 02, 2002 at 12:33:40PM -0300, Pablo F. Gimenez Turk wrote:
> I've got an old Texas Instruments TravelMate 5000 notebook with a Pentium 75Mhz PCI-Bus and 24Mb RAM, just for testing purposes, and whatever installation package I select (base, compact, idepci) always get the same after the root: prompt:
> PCI: Discovered primary peer bus XX
> (where XX are ascending hexa values)
> I'm booting from rescue.bin disk on floppy disk images in order to partition, format and finally install Debian on this machine.
> I'll appreciate your answer a lot:

Have you tried re-burning the floppies or using other floppies?
Floppies often cause problems, though i haven't seen this one yet.

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