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Date:      Mon, 30 Aug 2004 09:42:41 +0530
From:      Subhro <>
To:        "freebsd-questions@FreeBSD. ORG" <>
Subject:   Re: Install freeze
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In-Reply-To: <000201c48e43$ac9efc70$0500a8c0@orbitals>
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What are the USB devices present on your lappy? Is it possible to
completely disable USB from the BIOS and try to go through install?
Also which version of FreeBSD are you trying out?


On Sun, 29 Aug 2004 22:43:56 -0500, calebsbc <> wrote:
> Hi sorry to bother anyone, but I have looked high and low for about 4
> days trying to find a solution to this problem with no avail.
> I have a Toshiba Dynabook v4/410pmew Japanese model.(I lived in Japan
> for 2 years)
> And I am trying to install FreeBSD. I have tried many other dist of
> Linux but have always wanted to give FreeBSD a shot.
> Any way I put in the install iso and it goes to the boot screen and then
> after it starts the boot it starts to check the hardware config, normal
> stuff right. And then nothing it gets to the usb0 and says legacy USB
> device(or something) and freeze.
> I can't type nothing no ctl+alt+del nothing. I tired disable the USB
> module to see If that was a problem but no go. I am not a complete
> n00bie but I am stumped I even tried booting with another Linux disc to
> see if I can do the install through a command prompt but I don't know
> enough about Linux or FreeBSD to do that.
> So any suggestions?
> Any help would be really great
> Thanks.
> Caleb
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