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SubjectRe: hdb errors with 2.2.16
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"Alexander Valys" <avalys@optonline.net> said:
> I haven't done either. I have booted linux in the following manner (no OS
> is installed at this point).
> 1. Turn on Computer
> 2. Put CD in while RAM is counting
> 3. view slackware boot prompt
> 4. press enter
> 5. watch kernel messages scroll by.
> 6. format disks
> 7. -- errors --
> Any other ideas? The disk is less than a year old.

Broken disk, overclocked CPU, overheated CPU, bad RAM, bad controller, bad
IDE cable, cable not seated right, cable is too near a source of electrical
interference, cable too long, ...

I've seen cases where you needed to cold reboot the machine after
partitioning (dumb BIOS?).

In any case, without further details about the errors, anything we could
tell you is just (wild) guesses.
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Horst von Brand vonbrand@sleipnir.valparaiso.cl
Casilla 9G, Vin~a del Mar, Chile +56 32 672616
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