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GigaByte GA-MA78GM-S2H (Quad-Core)

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GigaByte GA-MA78GM-S2H (Quad-Core)

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You can't boot to SMP with ACPI driver..

here some information about an installation attempt, which failed more ore less. My system is based on a new GigaByte GA-MA78GM-S2H containing 8 GB RAM, AMD Quad-Core 9550 chip and onboard graphic, sound and network.

Actually I did an extended installation. The system did not find any sound chip - but I tried to use the ALSA compatible driver - but that does not lead to a working sound.

The system selected the SNAP drivers and it went through Reboot 1, 2 and actually it also started. What I found strange, that it took a very long time (60 seconds ?) before the first welcome screen appeared on the screen (and JFS said Hello).

The system came up after installation but with not working sound (actually there was sound - the welcome sound, but actually the sound seemed to be looped).

I had no network ? Though it said, that it had recognized the chipset - but it seems, that it does recognised the wrong one. The onboard one was Realtek 8111C.

Then I changed the kernel to SMP tried to reboot and it did not start any more.

 

Information is sent by: Marten Feldtmann -- 2008-05-27 20:46:40

 
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