intel 810e vs. 815 and 6.1.0

We are having problems upgrading a Dell Optiplex 1GHz PIII with Intel
815
chipset to 6.1.0. It works fine with 6.0c, but when booting 6.1.0
(from either CD or disk) it freezes, apparently during IDE scan
(the IDE scan text occasionally comes up).
Another Dell 810e machine boots fine from the 6.1.0 CD or internal disk
without problems.
On both machines there’s one IDE disk as master on the first channel,
and the
CDROM as master on the second channel.

Any ideas? Will patch A solve the problems? Is there a ISO image with
6.1.0 patchA available?

Cheers / Tom

footnote:

The Intel 810e (Dell Optiplex GW110) is a 733MHz PIII.
The Intel 815 (Dell Optiplex GW150) is a 1000GHz PIII.

The chipset seems not to be the cause of error. We tested another
(non Dell) intel 815 machine, and there it worked fine. We’ve dropped this
case and’ll use that machine instead.

Cheers / Tom

Tomas Högström wrote:

footnote:

The Intel 810e (Dell Optiplex GW110) is a 733MHz PIII.
The Intel 815 (Dell Optiplex GW150) is a 1000GHz PIII.

1000 GHz ? Wow! Now that’s a quantum leap in technology.

“Tomas Högström” <tomas@scandicraft.se> wrote in message
news:3BC1F6F3.6D7A5CCD@scandicraft.se

footnote:

The Intel 810e (Dell Optiplex GW110) is a 733MHz PIII.
The Intel 815 (Dell Optiplex GW150) is a 1000GHz PIII.

“Bill Caroselli (Q-TPS)” <qtps@earthlink.net> wrote in message
news:9q1qmh$jsc$1@inn.qnx.com

1000 GHz ? Wow! Now that’s a quantum leap in technology.

A quantum leap actually defines the smallest leap one can make,
not unlike what most people thing a huge leap.
I think I got that on Discovery :wink:

“Tomas Högström” <> tomas@scandicraft.se> > wrote in message
news:> 3BC1F6F3.6D7A5CCD@scandicraft.se> …
footnote:

The Intel 810e (Dell Optiplex GW110) is a 733MHz PIII.
The Intel 815 (Dell Optiplex GW150) is a 1000GHz PIII.
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“Mario Charest” <mcharest@clipzinformatic.com> wrote in message
news:9q23or$omg$1@inn.qnx.com

“Bill Caroselli (Q-TPS)” <> qtps@earthlink.net> > wrote in message
news:9q1qmh$jsc$> 1@inn.qnx.com> …
1000 GHz ? Wow! Now that’s a quantum leap in technology.

A quantum leap actually defines the smallest leap one can make,
not unlike what most people thing a huge leap.
I think I got that on Discovery > :wink:

OK. I was always better with math than english.

On Wed, 10 Oct 2001 14:29:51 -0400, “Mario Charest”
<mcharest@clipzinformatic.com> wrote:

“Bill Caroselli (Q-TPS)” <> qtps@earthlink.net> > wrote in message
news:9q1qmh$jsc$> 1@inn.qnx.com> …
1000 GHz ? Wow! Now that’s a quantum leap in technology.

A quantum leap actually defines the smallest leap one can make,
not unlike what most people thing a huge leap.
I think I got that on Discovery > :wink:

Pardon the nit picking but…
I think a “quantum leap” is a transition from one state to another
without an intermediate stage… a picturesque phrase based
on the physics example of an electron leaving one atomic energy level
and entering another while emitting or absorbing a single photon. The
change in energy could be quite large (on an atomic scale) ranging
from gamma or X-rays to infrared or below.

“Tomas Högström” <> tomas@scandicraft.se> > wrote in message
news:> 3BC1F6F3.6D7A5CCD@scandicraft.se> …
footnote:

The Intel 810e (Dell Optiplex GW110) is a 733MHz PIII.
The Intel 815 (Dell Optiplex GW150) is a 1000GHz PIII.



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Bob Bottemiller
Stein.DSI/Redmond, WA USA