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Default boot failed with all media in both i386 and amd64 architecture
hi there,
when i boot with both freebsd and pcbsd dvd (or cd) i got the message in the image attached bellow, i got this message before the boot menu appears. i tried this in my laptop toshiba tecra R10-10k with no success.

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Default boot failed with all media in both i386 and amd64 architecture
Ouch, looks like an incompatability with the BTX loader on your hardware

Try this, go to www.freebsd.org and download / burn one of the 8.0 ISO's. Do they still fail with the same error at boot?

If so, you'll need to report this issue to them with as much detail about your hardware as possible, so we can get a fix in place asap:

http://www.freebsd.org/send-pr.html
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thanks a lot for your answer, i have this problem with all version of freebsd too. so i think that i must report this issue but i don't know how to attach this image, or it's not important?
thanks a lot and i will tell you if there is a news.
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Default boot failed with all media in both i386 and amd64 architecture
If you can get the text of the failure that should be fine, but be sure
to report it and hopefully it'll get fixed up soon!
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i've reported it, but they told me to try older version (7.x and 6.x) withom result. i cannot have other failure message because this is the only screen i saw before the boot process hangs up and reboots immediatly (i have record it with my camera and take a screen shoot to have this image). i don't know if my laptop have some incompatibility with the btx that i should disable in the bios. i have already disable the multi-core, set the frequency to high (respectively low), set the HDD controller to IDE, disable the virtualisation, disable the TXT (Trusted Execution Technology) and finally the TPM module without any result.
when i set the frequency to high or low, this error message repeat itself indefinitely and i can't reboot the system with ctrl+alt+del.
this all things i've done.
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