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    Default iAtkos v7 Too slow :(

    At first, hello from Spain!

    That's my first time at iAtkos, and I try to do the best I can.
    When I finished the installer, y reboot and it takes about 5 minutes for show the login screen :S
    Then, I saw the SO isn't good enought. Can you give me a link for download drivers? How can I do for improve iAtkos experience

    More:
    -When I installed, I did it with and USB Mouse, but I wanted to use usb keyboard + ps2 mouse. My mouse wasn't detect.
    -I installed Spanish language files, but iAtkos started at English and I couldn't configure Spanish language and Spanish keyboard.

    Thanks for try to understand my poor english, and thanks!

    My Computer:
    Motherboard: Asus M2A-VM
    AMD X2 64 4800+
    3 Gb RAM DDR2 800 Mhz
    ATI HD3650 512 GDDR3
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    Hey there, what kernel are you using? did you try with another distro? maybe iPC or iDeneb? btw how did you installed the language? to get keyboard language go to system preferences, keyboard
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    tell me your BIOS settings on your ASUS m2a-vm. I have the same motherboard and it can't recognize my 2 7200rpm hard disks!i installed iAtkos v7 on other pc's and boot isn't slow like yours contrary it's 8 sec !!!and tell me your bios settings

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    mahn u need to set ur ide to ahci controler in bios in order to recognize ur hdd on itakos ideneb or kalyway

    my sys spec:
    amd atholon64x2 5200+
    asus m2a-vm mobo
    250 gigs seagate 7200 hdd
    1tb wd cavior blak hdd
    4gb ddr2 667 dualchannel at 128 bit
    ati radeon 4850 card
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