Fresh MCP2 install on a new R51 fails at the initial boot to OS/2 with a Trap D as follows:
Exception in module:
TRAP 000d ERRCD=0000 ERACC=**** ERLIM=********
EAX=0000530e EBX=f9800000 ECX=00000102 EDX=00000741
ESI=fa1f04c0 EDI=00000001 EBP=00004e52 FLG=00013202
CS:EIP=0c08:00000001 CSACC=109b CSLIM=0000fffe
SS:ESP=0030:00004e40 SSACC=1097 SSLIM=00003fff
DS=0bf8 DSACC=0093 DSLIM=0000043f CR0=8001001b
ES=0030 ESACC=1097 ESLIM=00003fff CR2=fabd4027
FS=0ca8 FSACC=0093 FSLIM=000019ee
GS=0d00 GSACC=0093 GSLIM=0000018a
The system detected an internal processing error at
location ##0168:fff1eb1c - 000e:cb1c.
Internal revision 14.089_W4
I can boot to the command line on this R51 at that point with <ALT F1>. From there, I can acutally get briefly to the Desktop and see the initial install Desktop by simply entering the command PMSHELL at C:\. Which then is quickly followed by the 'standard' OS/2 install screen and we're right back at the CD-ROM install at the Desktop screen.
I chose not to install any Network Adapter, nor Audio, nor Printer for the initial install. I can use TEDIT to edit CONFIG.SYS, and note that the IBMLANLK and CLEANUP are still it it at this point. The default SVGA video is still there, as would be expected. And since it actually can sbow, for a moment, the correct desktop and revert to the PM install screen, one would think this isn't a video problem.
Any suggestion on how to debug what driver is doing this via hand manipulation of the CONFIG.SYS file, and/or import into the system from a valid CD-ROM drive which it can see at command line, of a utility to debug and fix this?