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Old 6th July 2011, 01:57
erosbk erosbk is offline
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Disable hardware components in BIOS to isolate the component that gives you problem when trying to install. If the problem is network card, just add a PCI card and use it instead onboard card, and wait for future updates in kernel. If the problem is a raid controller, maybe a fw can fix it...

Another thing that you can do is to update fw of your server at last level.

Try installing Ubunto or another distro, just for testing (is the problem only with debian? is a problem with every distro? is just a kernel problem?).

Take a picture with a digital camera of the entire screen with kernel panic and post image here. You can make a video and upload it to youtube too.

Best Regards.
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