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Date:      Mon, 11 Sep 1995 11:39:19 -0600
From:      splyaski@cmp.com (Plyaskin Sergey)
To:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org (' FreeBSD-questions')
Subject:   ASUS board / FreeBSD setup
Message-ID:  <1995Sep11.113747.1151.192957@smtpgate.cmp.com>

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Hi folks,

I am trying to build two servers running FreeBSD 2.0.5.  Following the 
reccomendations from the list, I bought two identical P90 boards (ASUS 
P/I-P55TP4XE, PCI/ISA, Triton chipset).  Now, I cannot get the system 
working.
I really want to use only SCSI hard disks so I installed Adaptec 1542CF SCSI 
controller card (ISA) and disabled the onboard HD controller via CMOS setup. 
 The floppy part of the SCSI controlled is disabled.  Now, the SCSI hard 
disk is being recognized by adapter's BIOS upon boot.  I installed the OS on 
the hard disk but it doesn't boot.  I get the message saying: No bootable 
partition found.  Any ideas? Thanks.  Please reply direct to 
splyaski@cmp.com

Sergey Plyaskin
CMP Publications




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