if you can get to prompt tryCode:bt debug
i've borrowed a notebook with an Atheros wireless card... because my notebook with ipw3945abg cant inject! =(
but this notebook doesn't boot with BT2 live cd.... it gets stuck in this error:
bla bla bla ..... hda_codec: invalid dep_range......
what could it be?
thanks in advance...
i did it
boot: bt debug
it leaves me in #
what do i do now?
- Hangs on bootup, loading ALSA drivers "ALSA sound/pci/hda/hda_codec.c: 204: hda_codec: invalid dep_range_vol 0:7fff"
from bt wiki
surely the same for ur 3100....now i don't have any solution but with pb identified maybe easier to ask bt forum if there is a way to boot with out alsa or without sound and to remove alsa sound driver from autoload, there others sound sys which may make no pb with ur snd card.... i use alsa on an hp no pb with bt hard drive install
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thank you for your reply...
i'm not an english native speaker... but lets see if i got your point...
i've read many posts where people say i should wait 5-8 minutes and it'll boot.. i'm trying it right now...
did you recommend me to install bt2 in my hard drive instead of using live cd?
or did i misunderstand?
it did it...
after 5 minutes it boot...
i ran startx
but my wireless card is not detected!!!
how do i make it work?
Its true that it works normally after you wait about 2-3 minutes.
just a normal boot, no extra options. At least thats the way with my A5100.
It has the same error, over and over.
I also can not get the Atheros card to monitor.
I got a 200mW PCMCIA card instead.
It has a much bigger range and power as well.
EDIT: Using the 'nohotplug' just caused more problems for me. I couldn't login to BT2 after typing it in. Plus, now I still can't get BT2 to detect my card.
Try to use the 'bt nohotplug' in the booting screen.