Re: Can't boot Fedora 10 on HP dv6815
Add the number 3 to the end fo the string of boot options to try booting to runlevel 3 (full multi-user, no X). If that works it probably is graphics related. Then login as root and run 'Xorg -configure' to generate an xorg.conf (will appear in /root as xorg.conf.new). Then change the graphics driver to vesa and any other changes you may want and save the file in /etc/X11/ as xorg.conf, and run the command 'init 5' to start up full multi-user + X.
If booting to runlevel 3 fails, check your CD/iso image to make sure it wasn't corrupted.
Desktop: AMD Athlon64 X2 3600+, Nvidia 8600GT, 3GB RAM, 80GB hd, Windows 7 Beta
Lappy: Sony Vaio FW-140E, Intel P8400 2.26Ghz, 3GB Ram, 250GB HD, Intel x4500MHD, Windows 7 Beta & Kubuntu 8.10 w/ KDE 4.2