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while trying to install debian amd64 KDE, in the “Detect Disks” section, the process stops at: “No disk drive was detected. If you know the name of the driver needed ...
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    which ssd driver?


    while trying to install debian amd64 KDE, in the “Detect Disks” section, the process stops at:

    “No disk drive was detected. If you know the name of the driver needed by your disk drive, you can select it from the list.

    Driver needed for your disk drive:”


    ...and gives a long list of drivers. my hard drives are Crucial C300 128GB.

    i have no idea which driver on the list to pick so i can continue with install.

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    What distro are you trying to install? What kernel version is that distro defaulting to?

    I do know that those Crucial C300 drives like TRIM, which isn't support until 2.6.33.

    Awaiting your reply,

    KaBar's Edge

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