Nice one. I had a similar problem with the speaker on my USR Winmodem (/cringe) in a Dell box. This I solved by plugging the speaker up with Blue-Tak :-)
I might just give no-hlt a try......
On Fri, 28 April 2000, adam beecher wrote:
>> This thread just refuses to die dunnit? :)
>> I should have pointed out that the problem has been solved - Padraig
> Finnerty recommended I trying booting linux with "no-hlt", which worked
> like a charm. I still have to figger out how to get lilo to do that
> *every* time, but I won't be shutting down/rebooting very often so it's
> not a major concern. Of course, it's not a permanent fix, but it'll do
> until I rebuild the box.
>> Padraig's email - complete with an explanation from
> comp.os.linux.hardware - is attached. Thanks once more Padraig.
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