I have an Asus P4P800, people online over the years have suggested all
kinds of boot tinkering and software changes. None of them ever work.
The ONLY way you are going to get this board to work with Fedora is
to change a BIOS setting.
In your BIOS goto ..
Main > IDE Configuration > Onboard IDE Operate Mode
Change it from Enhanced Mode to Compatible Mode.
After you have installed Fedora you can return it back to Enhance
Randy Ramsdell wrote:
Ok nice to be right back in the EXACT same position I was in
years ago regarding this motherboard and installing FC. I think it
FC3 that this first became an issue, but I was able to work around
and install FC. So now, I tried to install FC6/7 and I yet to find
to get it installed.
So now it has been a year or so without being able to run
Please help as I really don't want to use Ubunto and especially
Anyone have an issue installing on the Asus board?
Trying to install causes a seg fault when dealing with the hard
either in BIOS setting compatibility mode or SATA mode. Anaconda
the hard drives as "/dev/mapper" or something like that,
but as you
know, they should appear as /dev/sda and /dev/sdb. All I ever see
single "/dev/mapper" which suggests that Anaconda sees a
after I fdisk the drives. Of coarse this also rendered the system
unusable after the seg fault resulted in a reboot.
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