When the kernel is booting, when it's trying to read the partition table,
begins to output this message multiple times:
hdd interrupt lost
Hdd is an ATAPI Iomega ZIP drive. I open the box and remove the ZIP from
the computer. Then the kernel boots and the setup starts from an IDE
CDROM, but at the middle of package installation, the process stops and
the console is filled by:
hdc interrupt lost
I move the CDROM to hdb, but only change the error message.
With Windows NT 4.0 Workstation, all the hardware works well.
The computer is a Pentium 166, with a motherboard Soyo (chipset intel HX).
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