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Boot Stuck at "PCI End Configuration"
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Used USB Installer, installed successfully.


However, post-installation, boot hangs at "PCI configuration end, bridges..." When using debug, the last line is 'APCI: no ECDT"

I'm guessing its similar to PCI Begins error, maybe whatever loads after the PCI is having trouble, but I'm not sure what that is sadly.


I have tried npci, PCIRootUID, UseKernelCache, acpi, ahci, -x, -s. May be forgetting a couple. None I have used have worked.


For booting from USB, I use '-v cpus=1 USBBusFix=Yes' and that works.



I had iatkos 10.7.5 installed and mostly working on this laptop last year, but the HDD burned out. Niresh's distro seems a little more user friendly and I'm dying to fully test it out. Any help would be appreciated.



HP g6 series Laptop


Intel i3 2330m

Intel 3000HD/AMD6470m


Insyde Bios



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