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    Hello,

    I've got problem with running bt4 livecd.

    When Im trying to boot it, it shows just this error:

    pci 0000:02:00.0: BAR 6: can't allocate mem resource [0xc0000000-0xdfffffff]

    Im using fujitsu esprimo v6515 notebook with installed w7 x64 ultimate system.


    What might be the problem?

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    I dont have a clue .. but why would you list having win7 ??
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    Quote Originally Posted by vvpalin View Post
    I dont have a clue ..
    ... in which case it is better to not just make a comment for the sake of it.

    Consider this as the first and last friendly hint
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    Quote Originally Posted by slayn View Post
    Hello,
    I've got problem with running bt4 livecd.
    When Im trying to boot it, it shows just this error:
    pci 0000:02:00.0: BAR 6: can't allocate mem resource [0xc0000000-0xdfffffff]
    Im using fujitsu esprimo v6515 notebook with installed w7 x64 ultimate system.
    What might be the problem?
    Well it looks like there is a similar problem at ubuntu, and the case was solved by using unetbootin with ubuntu. Maybe you could try the same thing. It does not have to be with unetbootin, btw.
    This will at least give you another shot at it.
    Also can you tell us what exactly is the last part of the boot process before receiving the error?
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    I just tryed unetbootin with the same result as livecd.

    The bootprocess stops at very beginning, at the gray-black screen, with quote "" at the bottom. I get only just this error message, nothing else

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    Quote Originally Posted by KMDave View Post
    ... in which case it is better to not just make a comment for the sake of it.

    Consider this as the first and last friendly hint
    Understandable it just struck me that he was maybe trying to boot the cd through vmware or something ... and thats the only reason me asked
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    Quote Originally Posted by slayn View Post
    I just tryed unetbootin with the same result as livecd.

    The bootprocess stops at very beginning, at the gray-black screen, with quote "" at the bottom. I get only just this error message, nothing else
    Ok lets try again your choice livecd or usb.
    when it gives you the choice of booting
    hit tab to pass the following to the kernel
    pci=nommconf type that right at the end of whatever is already on the line.
    then hit enter to continue the boot process.
    It might be best to go with the livecd first. I am not sure of what all options can be passed to the kernel with unetbootin.

    Basically the boot cheat will skip the checking of memory mapping for pci devices. Normally it is not needed under newer kernels but we can try it anyway.

    Post back what happens.
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    Well, it didn't workd, on both live cd, and usb.

    Same error as before, I hope theres another sollution for my problem;

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    could someone help me?

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    What happens if you try a different livecd?

    Did you try the Ubuntu livecd and see if you get the same errormessage?
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