I changed the motherboard of my computer. After configuring the boot device priority in the BIOS, so that the 1st Boot Device is the hard disc, and turning the Boot Configuration - Plug & Play O/S to “Yes”, the machine finally started to boot. But in the middle of the process everything stopped. What I saw on the screen were these lines:
Booting ‘SUSE Linux 10.1’
Filesystem is reiserfs, partition type 0x83
kernel /vmlinuz root=/dev/hda3 vga=0x317 acpi=off resume=/dev/hda1 splash=silent showopts
[Linux-bzImage, setup=0x1e00, size=0x12c319]
[Linux-initrd @ 0xfbed000, 0x242e00 bytes]
You passed an undefined mode number
lot of other stuff
FATAL: Error inserrting thermal (/lib/modules/188.8.131.52-4-default/kernel/drivers/acpi/thermal.ko): No such device
FATAL: Error inserting fan (/lib/modules/184.108.40.206-4-default/kernel/drivers/acpi/fan.ko): No such device
resume device /dev/hda1 not found (ignoring)
Waiting for device /dev/hda3 to appear:…not found
–exiting to /bin/sh
I suppose errors inserting “thermal” and “fan” would not be all that bad, but not finding hda1 and hda3 is really fatal.
And what does it mean that “an undefined mode number” was passed in the beginning?
The new motherboard is not similar to the old one. The old one was a MSI board with 1 GHz processor, the new one is an Intel with 1,6 GHz processor. I thought the both could work with the same hard disc. Am I wrong?