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Old 6th June 2008
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Default boot bug with USB enable

Hi,

I have a new motherboard ASRock AliveNF6P-VSTA.

If I USB is disable in BIOS, all works fine. Freebsd boot faster..

But, If I enable USB in BIOS, the boot become very very very slowly when it detects USB, et stay slowly after decting usb. It is slow with ATA, network card.... 12min and finish to freeze on kernel message [FILTER].

it's GENERIC kernel.


What must I to do ??? Install some drivers ??

thanks you for your help
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