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Old 17th June 2008
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Default Harddisk problem.

Hi everyone.
I have a Asus barebone motherboard with a Western Digital 500 GB SATA harddisk which serves as the only hdd on my system.

I installed FreeBSD, everything seems ok.

But ever since I rebooted (I disable acpi permanetly; I have even tried this with acpi enabled), I am getting the following error on my screen

ad8: 976773168 sectors 16 sectors/ interrupt 1 depth queue
ad8: intel check1 failed
ad8: adaptec check1 failed
ad8: LSI (v3) check1 failed
ad8: LSI (v2) check1 failed
ad8: FreeBSD check1 failed
GEOM: new disk ad8
GEOM_Label: label for provide ad8s1 is ntfs/new volume.

Then the system just hangs.
I have rebooted into single user mode, ran fsck -f and nothing seems particularly wrong. What could be the reason for my system to crash during boot time?

Any help will be appreciated.
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Bump........
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GEOM_Label: label for provide ad8s1 is ntfs/new volume.
Did you try to install on an NTFS partition?
Check with your install CD that the partition is not NTFS.
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I had a whole new partition that that is not occupied, and I installed onto FreeBSD on a whole new UFS.
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On my PC I have (had) the same issue, it was because of the firewire stuff in the GENERIC kernel, if I remove it and recompile the kernel it works fine.

I really ought to look at it and submit a PR ... But I've had other stuff to do...
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http://lists.freebsd.org/pipermail/f...ne/000389.html

There is a Bugathon at the weekend, so you could tell them the problem.
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