On startup, sometimes it gets stuck, with lines of text saying "interrupt storm error". (The actual wording is: "interrupt storm detected on "irq17:"; throttling interrupt source".)
It appears to be caused by the USB mouse. I know that the USB mouse works properly and there are no hardware faults of any kind.
How-To-Repeat: Use a USB mouse and sometimes (not always) the bootup will freeze and only output lines of the error message.
Attached is a picture showing this problem.
I have posted more details about this problem in the PC-BSD forums,
under "Startup Bug Reports". I first reported it in September when I
was beta-testing PC-BSD:
Hope that helps.
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