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Home Forums Technical Support iDTM-EDD Kernel reboots right after "Probing EDD"

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    Clint Barton
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    Hi,

    When booting, the kernel starts to initialize but right after “Probing EDD” it fails, rebooting instead. If i use the kernel option “edd=off” the “Probing EDD” line doesn’t show, but still the kernel reboots at that point. I’m convinced this is not an EDD-related problem, but trouble with whatever comes next. FWIW, some googling turned up the idea of trying “hpet=disable” but that made no difference. Tried loading the alternate kernel, got same thing.
    What should the kernel be printing after “Probing EDD”?

    Please help.

    I didn’t find the right solution from the Internet.

    References:-
    https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=69446
    Motion graphics video studio

    Thanks!

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    #4675

    Thomas Debes
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    Hi Clint, thanks for asking but you’re on the wrong track:-). iDTM-EDD is our MS Windows based software for the process industry. EDD stands for Electronic Device Description in this context. The word device usually refers to a measurement device (sensor) and not to a PC related device.

    Unfortunately we cannot help you.

    Regards
    Thomas

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