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Date:      Fri, 18 Jan 2008 12:51:40 -0500
From:      Lowell Gilbert <>
To:        "Nilesh Bedekar" <>
Subject:   Re: Installation freezes
Message-ID:  <>
In-Reply-To: <> (Nilesh Bedekar's message of "Wed\, 16 Jan 2008 13\:41\:33 +0530")
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"Nilesh Bedekar" <> writes:

> I am trying to install FreeBSD 6.2 on my system with the following
> configuration :
> Intel Core2Duo 2.00 GHz
> Intel 945 Mother Board
> 1GB DDR2 Ram (Transcend)
> 160 GB SATA Western Digital Hard Drive
> Sony DVD-RW (IDE)
> Realtek RTL 8168 10/100 On-Board Ethernet Controller
> Realtek High Definition Audio (On-Board)
> When I boot using the FreeBSD_Install disc (Disc-1) the system goes to
> Welcome to FreeBSD and if I let it take the default choice of 1 then it goes
> through the Device Probing and then freezes at the following line
> md0:Preloaded Image <boot/mfsroot> 4423680 bytes at a hex address.
> Nothing happens after this and the system comes to a stand still.
> I would be really greatful if you resolve my issue or give me any advise
> that would help me to get around this issue.

Have you tried letting it boot in the "safe" (I think that's what it's
called...) mode?

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