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Running FC2 @ 64bits right now, as a matter of facts :) ssenesac17th August 2004, 11:57 PMOk, so here's my update. Fedora Core 3 64 bit from a burnt dvd iso image. mick_s38th January 2006, 03:57 PMI had a pretty much problem free 64 bit SMP install on a brand new Asus A8N-VM CSM based system (this motherboard uses the NVIDIA 6150/430 chipset). I tried installing FC2-x86_64 from DVD on my KV8-MAX3 MB on the onchip VIA SATA controler, but it hangs during post installation config & it took hours to reach that!

I don't have 'secure boot' enabled, and I am able to boot windows 7 and Linux Mint from the first (SATA0) drive when the second drive is not plugged into SATA1 I can even switch between SATA RAID and regular IDE functions after installation without problems. If I zero out the bootloader portion of the MBR by using dd to copy 446 bytes of zeros to the start of the drive, Windows will boot with the drive Thanks much!

Xbox One - purchased 6 months ago and immediately saw the total Media Center control it offered and so ditched my Harmony One remote (almost 100% but need it... 0 0 I have a 1TB WD Black drive connected to this port and it works and I can connect different drives and Windows recognizes them. Other thoughts/ options? I still have to install the Nvidia Drivers, however I expect they should work?

I wanted the SSDs in RAID1 and the 2 TB's as a different RAID1 array.I'm quite certain this is virtually the same server and same configuration as my own file server, Your problem has something to do with your hardware, not Windows 7!! At completion of the install, I tried a reboot, and the machine froze at GRUB. 2) PARTIALLY COMPLETE GRUB INSTALL - keys to success: boot from your CD using "linux rescue" I had a problem with Windows 10 and my pc would not reboot so I disconnected the Windows 10 HD.

I had to use "linux noapic acpi=off" and set the BIOS to use SATA RAID rather than SATA Controller. Can't harm anything and might reset it so it works....long shot, but worth a try. 04-10-2010, 11:56 AM #5 Crysthia Registered Member Join Date: Apr 2010 Posts: 6 a) power down, b) unplug a drive, c) power up and watch the bios, d) ensure you get a boot, e) check to see if all data is accessible, f) power SATA install using the Promise chipset does not work in RAID 0 or 1 either.

I guess it might, if the CD had an EFI directory structure on it... 21 января 2013 г. 0:04 Ответить | Цитировать 0 Нужно войти I found a workaround that works I'm trying to install on a nForce 3 platform : MSI K8N Neo2 Platinum, which also has raid capabilities (that I don't use) weapon9th November 2004, 02:02 AMto fix the lost Of course if sda is killed then I cannot boot because MBR is missing from others, but installing MBR is quite easy. As I wrote earlier, slipstreaming the drivers into windows XP professional x64 worked fine for me.

Specs: Gigabyte GA-K8NS Pro motherboard, Socket 754 , nForce.... If this chipset is enabled, the system never boots up. (spend almost two days finding this). if you have k8n-e with 3 (or 4) sata hdds, do _not_ put them on the secondary raid controller, spread them 2 and 2 (over both controllers) 2. The promise PATA raid controller is not recognized by FC2 (even if you tell it to act as a plain IDE controller via the BIOS.).

Thanks! I have an operating system on each drive, and would like to boot up into whichever one I want. This means the boot partition is actually hd3,0, even though the boot drive is /dev/sda0. The mobo failed due to ESD supplied by me.

Posted by theflash1932 on 22 May 2012 19:34 Which controller are you using? I have 2 motherboards with UEFI and I can set either oneto boot from which ever drive I so desire. I could see if I can connect the DVD via the eSATA connector? The DVD drives shouldn't be attached to the SAS 6/iR ports, they should be attached to the regular SATA ports, so that difference shouldn't make any "difference".

The old box was set up as a dual boot XP, Linux system with the grub bootloader in the MBR. Keep in mind the formated size of your hd and you will get 149 GB. This can be beneficial to other community members reading the thread. ” No, that's not the problem.

The formated hd will have a smaller size.

RichardB-D says: 18/04/2014 at 15:51 Philip. a) power down, b) unplug a drive, c) power up and watch the bios, d) ensure you get a boot, e) check to see if all data is accessible, f) power I am now in my first log-in and nautilus failed right off; the updater locked up. Gave up and put xp on the sata drive in sata socket. 3) Now have 2 sas drives waiting to be used, as soon as I get windows 7 pro, I

In WinXP there were abundant quirks and crashes (more than usual). Ask ! Like 0 Reply You have posted to a forum that requires a moderator to approve posts before they are publicly available. Now I have several new hardware items and an upgraded mobo almost ready to install.

Being still relatively new to modern Linux (excluding the past few months, my last install was Slackware about '93) I'm going to have to take a little while to get familiar From what I can see, SB Audigy works fine, GF FX5600 and monitor working great, both network cards (compaq server NIC and the fairly new Marvell onboard NIC) were installed and So, Windows 7 seems to see the drive and determine to make it bootable, messing up its own ability to boot with the drive present. I shut down the system in disgust and switched back to my Athlon 2800 system and am considering the two motherboards above, or any that have a supported SATA chipset in

I tried moving that below Windows 7 in the menu, with no effect - and after rebooting, it was back in its original place. Everything installed perfectly without any glitches :) What ae your SATA drives plugged into? Here goes............................ I don't remember the exact combonation of "e"'s and "b's", but once you hit ESC you will see the options in the bottom of grub.

Reply Marty says: 03/09/2015 at 21:20 Phillip, I have an original Latitude D630 running XP that I have cleaned up and stripped of most software other than Office. Why can't we reverse hashes? I have this question too 0 Kudos Reply Toruk_Makto Lenovo Support Partner Posts: 387 Registered: ‎07-16-2013 Location: Slovenia Message 2 of 6 (1,318 Views) Re: TS440 -- Only 2 of 4