OK, let’s try a process of elimination! Can you remove the DVD decoder
and sound cards from the system and see if it boots. If it does, then
you can replcae them one at a time and see when the system hangs. I would
suspect that maybe the DVD decoder card is causing problems.
If the system still hangs without the cards, you can try pressing the
space bar at boot time and select F5 and see if you get a debug shell.
Previously, Ryan M. wrote in qdn.public.qnxrtp.installation:
I tried F1, F4, same result. My homebrewed system specs are as follows:
ABIT KT7A - VIA KT133 chipset, 512MB RAM, TBird CPU,
AGP Video Accleration (GeForce), PCI DVD Decoder card (DXR3),
PCI sound card (SB Live), 2xCDROMs (IDE2), 2xHarddisks (IDE1),
thanks again for all your input, it is much appreciated,
“Hugh Brown” <> firstname.lastname@example.org> > wrote in message
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You still haven’t given me the make and model of your PC!
If you press the space bar at startup and then press F1, F4 and
enter twice, do you get a login prompt?