TI build 8101 "bootable media startup parameters"

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  1. rc5115

    rc5115 Registered Member

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    Question about TI build 8101 "bootable media startup parameters"

    Please shed some light on "bootable media startup parameters". I noticed this after downloading TI build 8101, and when I creating a new boot CD.

    Thanks....

    Roman
     
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  2. MrMorse

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    Re: Question about TI build 8101 "bootable media startup parameters"

    Hi,
    I'm sorry about that I cannot find any hints on the Acronis English website about the parameters.
    But on the German homepage there is a description.

    I copy it to here with English translation:

    acpi=off - switch off Advanced Configuration and Power Interface
    noapic - switch off Advanced Programmable Interrupt Controller
    noapm - switch off Advanced Power Management
    quiet - suppressed Boot-Messages


    This parameters to deactivate hardware at startup:

    nousb — switch off USB
    nousb2 — Fallback tof USB1.1
    nofw — deactivate Firewire
    nopcmcia — deactivate PCMCIA
    noraid — deactivate RAID-support
    nodma — deactivate DMA-Modus of HDDs
    usbmouse=off - if USB mouse cursor moves only vertically
     
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    If you download the User's Guide from the Acronis website, (you may have to register to get to the download page), the startup parameters are contained in Appendix D
     
  4. rc5115

    rc5115 Registered Member

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    Hmmmm, I thought the start-up paramaters were for mouse drivers, cdrom drivers etc, so as to make the flash drive bootable into TI 11.

    Was I incorrect in thinking this way?

    regards...

    Roman
     
  5. shieber

    shieber Registered Member

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    Read the User guide. That's the best source of info on the subject. Sometimes, if you don't understand a software product, it's a good idea to rtfm. ;)
     
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