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RedHat9 setup failed on IBM Thinkpad R40e

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I found a hang during installing RH9 on the notebook - IBM Thinkpad R40e. The hang happen on the page media checking ...and there're 2 options - OK or SKIP ..it's hang then.
But, for SUSE, there's no prob at all.  
I need more ideas on this prob ...thanks for helps
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I read on the RH9 help forum that it could be a problem with your keyboard and the surggestion was to try an external one.

http://www.redhat.com/archives/redhat-list/2003-August/msg01804.html

I think using an external keyboard solves the problem:
http://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-devel-list/2003-September/msg00107.html
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thanks Jase-Coder ...that seems weird ..but works anyway
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