[coreboot] Lenovo T60p 8742 Y19 - Black screen
Matias Jose Seco
matiasjoseseco at care2.com
Sat Nov 26 22:16:21 CET 2011
>Was your gcc and binutils built with USE=vanilla? If not, it is
>completely possible that your toolchain produced a broken image.
>I've had this happen with some gcc versions.
I didn't use that flag, but flashrom returned no error after veryfing
emage, but i think this don't excludes broken image?
>> - Dont save config options
>CMOS/NVRAM? That may need to be enabled for image to work.
if this is enabled by defualt, i left it enabled it (the one i mentioned
>> - mmx,smp,sse,sse2
>How did you set this exactly?
I don't remember^^, but if i dont remember bad, i've enabled them under
some section (im sure about smp)
>Get a docking station, port replicator or ultrabay superio module, so
>that you get a serial port, and connect that to another computer.
>coreboot should output debug information there when starting, and it
>may be clear what the problem is.
I will ;)
>Also, does it seem like the system boots? Is there some hard drive
>access after you power on?
The HD led it just blink ones when switched on...
>And, does caps lock work after you power on?
>Finally, did you include a VGA BIOS into your coreboot.rom? This is
>easiest done by configuring the filename in menuconfig. Note that
>coreboot should not execute the VGA BIOS, the file should only be
>added. You may need to change the defaults for this.
But the manual said that if my video card was upon a PCIe interface,
ishould't do anything, right?
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