[K12OSN] Assign Drive letter c: to ata drive in linux
"Terrell Prudé, Jr."
microman at cmosnetworks.com
Mon Oct 25 23:23:51 UTC 2004
Carl Keil wrote:
> I'm still having trouble booting my DELL 400sc server after installing
> a sata drive for /home. The BIOS is looking for a C: drive to boot
> from, there's no option to look at the IDE bus, or primary IDE or
> something. So, does anyone know how to make this thing think that the
> Primary ATA drive is a "C:" drive? If I take the SATA buss offline in
> the BIOS it boots fine. If I don't I have to hit F12 at bootup and go
> into a special boot menu where I can select "Primary IDE" and it boots
> fine. I'd like it to boot without intervention like that.
I take it that Dell support didn't have any ideas on this one? This
sounds like a Dell-specific thing.
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