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I tried to install Xandros for somebody, and ran into a fatal error within the first two minutes (remember--this is the most user friendly distro around!). I pop the cd ...
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    Xandros Install Error -- FIXED


    I tried to install Xandros for somebody, and ran into a fatal error within the first two minutes (remember--this is the most user friendly distro around!). I pop the cd in, and it tells me "FATAL ERROR -- a hard disk could not be detected on this computer. [ERROR CODE 4000]" I hit ok and the computer reboots. I've retried many times and it still doesn't work... any ideas???
    Oh, this is on a Seagate Barracuda 80gb.

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    Why did you repost this instead of bumping the other thread you started with the same problem?
    http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/topic-53649.html
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    Because it's a Debian based distribution, maybe the people who specialize in Debian would have a solution, it sounds like common sense to me...

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