Haiku cannot install, and somehow seems to dislike core unlocking...
|Reported by:||LSS37040||Owned by:||nobody|
I just cannot install Haiku no matter what.
The Haiku R1 Alpha 2 install CD will boot and load, then hang after showing the 4th icon (hard drives). I just don't know why.
What's worse, when I pressed RESET button on my computer and reboot, I found that my CPU is no longer core/L3 unlocked, and I cannot re-unlock it through turning ACC off and then on, unless I clear the CMOS. And still I cannot install Haiku.
Now I just don't know whether Haiku is still incompatible with my hardware, or that whether it's true that Haiku doesn't like ACC and core unlocking, and would revert it during boot process...
This is my computer's hardware list:
Motherboard: ASRock AOD790GX/128M (Socket AM2+, AMD 790GX/SB750 Chipset)
CPU: AMD Athlon II X3 435 @ 2.9GHz (4th core and 6MB L3 unlocked)
RAM: 2x2GB Kingston HyperX DDR2-1066 (Running at 800)
HDD: Seagate ST3160815AS(160GB) and two ST31500341AS(1.5TB each)
Graphics: PowerColor ATI Radeon HD 5770