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Re: Installation problem: No hard drives found

Are you installing the latest version of Redhat Linux, because some
older distributions do not have support or drivers for the new ATA

I suggest that you get the latest version from your distributor and then
install that.

It took me two days of downloading different ATA drivers and then got
the latest CD of Redhat only to install without a problem.



On Wed, 2006-06-21 at 10:27 +0200, Salvador Santander Gutierrez wrote:

> We've installed evaluation version obtained from Red Hat Network on a HP
> Compaq dc7600 Ultraslim and all went well.
> After we weceived the distributor CD's, we've thought it's better install
> this CD's, but when we began the installation on the same computer, show a
> error "No hard drives found" and the installtion stop.
> This computer has a serial ata controller: Intel 82801GB/GR/GH (1CH7
> Family).
> It's strange that the same version and Update (3) in the distributor CD's
> goes bad and the online CD's goes well.
> Can we use the CD's obtained from the Red Hat Network instead of the
> distirbutor CD's?
> What happens?
> Thanks.

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