Evening, Long time since I've been around these parts.. Took a Hiatus, and am looking at installing latest ISO.
System Specs are your Typical Dell Dimension 3000 w/ a Celeron CPU @ 2.4ghz, Memory 2 gigs PC3200..
Old nvidia card (PCI FX5200) 256 megs, and other than that not anything that SHOULD cause a system halt. No Extra Devices plugged in, no bells and whistles.. Everything else is stock.
I got the ISO to boot ONCE, and since then it has completely failed every following time since then. System freezes at UUIDD [OK] and doesn't display any error message. The Boot prior to that is typical of every other linux boot I've ever seen, no failed messages etc.
I've tried Normal Boot, I've tried the Safe VESA boot, I've tried to install to ram.. Can someone recommend any cheat codes I can run past to try to eliminate possibilities? (I'm not trying to be deliberately vague, because as many times as I've booted from a livecd.. It ALL looks normal up until that point).
Reburning an ISO isn't an option for me at this time, no burning software in 'doze and the install is compromised anyways.
Boiled down to being a Bios setting error... After reconfiguring my bios settings, booted like a champ.