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I open the ticket, in mantys. But very sort.
I see this web about ahci tickets:

It shows me a series of options to get a log file. But even if it is generated, I do not know how to get it out.
Could I modify the config.sys to tell it to copy it to the usb stick boot?
Because modem does not have and com port either.
Or print on screen? as?

Welcome to the growing band of us with modern leading edge equipment that we can't install and run ArcaOS on.
Welcome Ivan, jajajaja
I was looking at your machine, and on paper I liked it a lot, but I was afraid of incompatibilities with Arcaos.
You can try a new hard disk with ArcaOS already installed but be prepared for hangs part way through the config.sys (you need a file altf2on.$$$ in the root of the boot partition to see the config.sys loading)
In my case always stops at the os2ahci, little else I can do or see.
Good luck.
For you too, thanks

This does not work, says:
 Insert Arcs installation media and press any key.

The only option I can think of is to change the hard drive, for another with the Aracaos installed and see what happens.

f I have the csm option, and after selecting it I can access the dvd, and the usbstick boot.
But in both cases, the boot fails me.
I attach a photo.

Setup & Installation / Trying to install ARCA502 in asus rog GL753V
« on: March 09, 2018, 08:46:09 pm »
I am having problems installing a new laptop.
When trying to boot with DVD, it does not see it, as if it did not exist.
From the usb 2.0, The bios recognize the usb stick, and can read the files, I have two partitions one fat16 with the system, and another fat32 with tools.
Any of the files that I select for boot, tells me * unsoported format *..... only * .cer / der / crt

Could I install the airboot on the fat16 or on the fat32 of the usbstick?

Any other suggestions?


Networking / Re: ArcaOS network compatibility with OS/2
« on: March 08, 2018, 04:22:00 pm »
In ARCA500, I do not remember if you have a pick-up box in the installation or not. But in ARCA502 you sure have it.
In either case, you can after installing ARCA, from install \ remove Selective install for networking

I think it is something like the stack getting clobbered due to a bad crash and all the exception handlers crash, so a cascade of crashes.
Yes, that is, cascade of crashes.

You're saying this happens upon boot?
I can not do tests now, because I'm doing a macro backup, which will last me one or two days.
I'm still not sure it's at the start, the problem.
The other option is not to start firefox38 at all.
And the third option is an adjustment in the rar program that I can not believe influences. (-w c: \ var \ tmp)
How many programs do you have in your startup folder? Perhaps try moving them all to a different folder and start them manually and see if that helps.
I only have  in startup folder, CAD,SAMBA clien, tcpip,usbprt, xcenter y move the cups daemon to other folder.

The last days of popup.log

Well, I recently had problems with firefox 38.8.0, and now firefox 45.5.0 works much better
Lately I have had many errors in the popuplog.os2
It gives me the feeling that if the initial start is good, it does not give me any error. Everything is perfect today.
 The question is how to know if the boot is good.?
Even the error of videos that made me turn off and turn on the Wi-Fi constantly disappeared.

Hardware / Re: How to find or extract a Postscript printer driver?
« on: March 02, 2018, 10:09:42 pm »
In my opinion I would use this option to have *all the features of your printer* in a driver.

The first thing is to extract the ppd from some linux version and convert it to the os2 format.
To do this you open the ppd file, write a space character, delete it, and save it.
From here you use the program PSPRINT.DRV version 30.905, see the readme.

Setup & Installation / Re: usb boot arca502 problem disk full
« on: February 24, 2018, 04:44:35 pm »
I have used the guidelines from the AOSBOOT folder on the installmedia.
Thanks, my error.
I did not know this readme with its utulity in cmd.

I have used the method described in the readusb.txt.
My mistake was that I copied the iso to the root of the usb stick, I did not put it inside the folder ARCA_ISO
It's already working, perfect.

Setup & Installation / usb boot arca502 problem disk full
« on: February 24, 2018, 01:53:59 pm »
Is this problem known ?, and does it have any solution?

Events / Re: Thinkpads - OS/2 Anniversary
« on: February 23, 2018, 04:19:05 pm »
Excellent work, it has reminded me of my evolution
You just missed the OS2 warp conect, only.
 I have seen that you do things that I did not know could be done with this system, like writing on the screen.
Thank you

Hardware / Re: Best FAT32 driver settings
« on: February 10, 2018, 01:22:14 pm »
I can't believe it has a virus.  Windows populates the screen in seconds.
To leave doubts, if it could be a virus. It's simple.
1-You can format from OS2 as fat32.
2- Copy reliable os2 files.
3- Try
a-If it works well, os2 is not the problem, and you should think about a windows virus.
b-If it does not work well, the problem is not a virus.
If the answer is (a)
Format the partition again, start windows and see what files the virus has copied to that partition.

I had a similar problem recently and it was a windows virus, which spread through all the fat32 partitions, when starting win.

Hardware / Re: Best FAT32 driver settings
« on: February 09, 2018, 10:05:04 pm »
Right now it takes approximately 40 seconds to bring up all the files on the drive.
Any virus? Check the hidden files.


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