Changes between Version 7 and Version 8 of Requirements


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Jul 29, 2012, 11:19:17 PM (7 years ago)
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dazarewicz
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  • Requirements

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    3030== JFS boot disks ==
    31 Because of the way that the JFS boot loader works, booting from a JFS boot disk may be slower than booting from an HPFS boot disk. This is not a defect in the PSD, but rather a problem in the JFS boot loader. We are working on a fix for the problem in the JFS boot loader. Until a fix for the JFS boot loader is released, if you have a JFS boot disk and the slow booting is a problem for you, you can try one or more of these suggestions to improve your booting performance:
     31Because of the way that the JFS boot loader works, booting from a JFS boot disk may be slower than booting from an HPFS boot disk. This is not a defect in the PSD, but rather a performance issue in the JFS boot loader. We are working on a way to improve the performance of the JFS boot loader. Until an update for the JFS boot loader is released, you can try one or more of these suggestions to improve your booting performance:
    3232 * Make sure you are using the retail version of the PSD, not the debug version.
    3333 * Make sure you are using a retail kernel, not a debug kernel.
     
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    3838== Spurious interrupts with certain motherboards which use an NVIDIA chipset ==
    39 Some motherboards which use an NVIDIA chipset will generate spurious interrupts in Mode 1 (/VW mode), usually when the desktop starts. These interrupts occur in an unusual, unpredictable way and cause problems for both the kernel and the PSD.  There currently is no solution to this problem. You cannot use the /VW switch on these motherboards until a fix for this problem is found.
     39Some motherboards which use an NVIDIA chipset will generate spurious interrupts in Mode 1 (/VW mode), usually about the time the desktop starts. These interrupts occur in an unusual, unpredictable, and unmanageable way and cause problems for both the kernel and the PSD.  There currently is no solution to this problem. You cannot use the /VW switch on these motherboards until a fix for this problem is found.
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    4141== SCSI drivers ==