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Old 22nd April 2012, 10:42 AM
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Mux ,ironlake error

Hi all, I'm new to this forum and quite a starter as a fedora user. I searched solution on google but nothing concrete!
I' m trying to install fedora 16 on my new notebook,which has Sandybridge.
The problem I get after choosing "start fedora 16" (still before install process)
is relative to MUX call and ironlake.( [drm:intel_dsm_platform_mux_info] *ERROR* MUX INFO call failed----->i get 2 error from mux and 1 from ironlake).
I tried several time restarting adding some parameters before launchin fedora but nothin happen!
I think my problem is the video card?! Am I right?
What comand should I use to get rid of those errors and finally get my fedora working?

Thank you all for your attention!
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Old 23rd April 2012, 02:28 PM
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Re: Mux ,ironlake error

Ok,solved it adding "1915.modeset=0" and "acpi=off" on booting in grub!
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