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Old 15th June 2008
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Angry FreeBSD and freeze sur "select country"

Hi all, when i try to install FreeBSD r7 on a new hdd , freezing on "select country" .....

Any idea?

Use of slackware 12.0 , then cfdisk /dev/sdc and swap and slice; two trials for the slice, A 5 and A6 before installing FreeBSD.

Result: Freezing with "select country".

Dual-boot: Suse,Slackware,Windobe, and trying Free!!!!!!


Any idea?????

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wow, this thread makes next to NO sense

I've never seen freebsd freeze during installation - what country are you selecting?
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I'd like to select one country!!!!!!

And I can't move the cursor or mouse or any key to select any country, so my post.

Thanks for your reply.
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Are you sure your memory or harddrive is okay?
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Hi,

hdd is ok, i've just installed Fedore Core and everything ok!!!!!!

But i am looking for logitech cordless mouse and keyboard.......

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try plugging in a wired keyboard and see if it works; maybe the logicrap is not supported by the kernel build on the disk.
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Hi,

Everything's fine:

Only two bios settings:

-Port 64/60 Emulation: Enabled
-Legacy USB support : Disabled


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interesting i had a similar problem with my desktop where the first key press would be held down and i couldn't do anything with my keyboard or mouse also. ultimately i just plugged in a spare usb-to-ps2 adapter
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