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Re: [SLUG] RE: MCA Startup problems

> My guess is that you do not have a MCA bus in the boxen and are using
> the default "everything supported" installation.
> Compile the kernel and remove support for MCA buses/devices.

MCA is in the default debian kernel.
I think you should look at the part after that rather than worry about MCA.
do you have any scsi devices?

the other thing to look at is a hardware conflict. Which might explain why
your network transfers are a bit stuffed. Network cards are a likely
candidate for IRQ/IO conflicts. I would also make sure your bios is set to
reset the config data and PNP OS is set to No



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