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I was running Ubuntu with an uptime for some two weeks or so.After downloading Black Mesa Source today, I attempted to boot into Windows 7 to install the recently released mod but I got an error message before Grub2 loaded. I then booted my Ubuntu Live disc and Googled the error message.After fixing the heatsink temporarily (by running the computer on its side) I then ran into the problem of hanging at "verifying DMI pool data" on startup.I did some research and tried the following (after making sure there was no disc in the drive), to no effect:* Reset CMOS* Checked all plugs and connections* Confirmed correct settings in BIOS (250GB drive is the boot - set as primary boot device and plugged into SATA0.My BIOS was probably looking for an O/S on those two storage USB sticks and it couldnt find any.I removed my USB sticks which eliminated that error message.
If this is the case, then when you post back with findings i will or someone else will guide you through how to do this - so let me know how it goes. That should help us to know more about your system. You really need also to list the complete system in addition to what we have requested.
within the Motherboards, Bios & CPU forums, part of the Tech Support Forum category. When starting up, I get the: 'Verifying DMI Pool Data ..................' message Just installed a new HDD on a system.
When starting up, I get the: 'Verifying DMI Pool Data ..................' message in the bios.
Disconnect all drives not required to boot the computer.
The floppy drive may be bad or not connected properly.
I cant recall exactly what it was that nudged me towards the conclusion that it was my two mass storage USB sticks plugged into my PC.