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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0015968||CentOS-7||kernel||public||2019-03-31 02:56||2019-03-31 02:56|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0015968: Booting hangs when USB 3.0 Etron EJ168 PCI card is detected.|
|Description||I have installed Etron EJ168 PCI USB 3.0 [1B6F:7023] which briliantly works in any Windows OS (I use multiboot PC) on my Conroe865PE AGP/PCI Intel Kentsfield QX6800 system with classic BIOS (non UEFI).|
There are no devices connected to PCI USB card during boot.
The desktop Centos 7.6.1810 freezes with this card during boot (see attached "photo log" with boot and grub options). I can't access/login Ubuntu or console. It was checked and confirmed on DVD iso 4GB (with acpi=off option too).
The Etron EJ168 works superb on Windows OS's with directly or with hub connections with USB devices.
It shouldn't prevent system boot - should be skipable during boot at least and resolved in xHCI USB,
|Steps To Reproduce||Just try to boot OS from DVD iso (4.7GB).|
|Additional Information||In Ubuntu's 18.4 & 19.4 kernel also present. It is ok on kernel 3.x Ubuntu 11.10.|
|Tags||USB xHCI Etron EJ168 PCI USB 3.0 [1B6F:7023]|