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SubjectRe: 2.4.18 Boot problem
Sorry for the long time without responding but I haven't had any time lately
I'm not sure how to solve it yet I don't know about that ECC mem problem
but are there any other devices for which this is typical behaviour or
even some BIOS setting which may cause this



Denis Vlasenko wrote:
> On 11 April 2002 19:01, Nick Martens wrote:
>
>>I've tried to do the break thing and then boot after 2 minutes, but the
>>problem remains. Is it passible that due to the HW-reset some device
>>gets resetted too and works fine afterwards ???
>
>
> Yes, I can imagine some hw which needs to be warm to operate properly.
> It may be unable to reset/init in cold state.
>
> Is it true that some types of (ECC?) memory need several read passes over
> them to initialize?
> --
> vda
>



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