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Can anyone give me a practical way to install Mandrake 9.1 on a SATA hard disk (which a priori is not recognised) . The disk is a Seagate Baracuda ST ...
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    Mandrake 9.1 and SATA drive


    Can anyone give me a practical way to install Mandrake 9.1 on a SATA hard disk (which a priori is not recognised) . The disk is a Seagate Baracuda ST 3800 13AS GB . Thanks

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    Your version of mandrake is to old use 10.0 that uses the 2.6.3 kernel I found the answer on mandrake forum searching Google for install mandrake sata

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    SATA

    Yeah, sure, that's a way and I have actually ordered Mandrake 10.0 for AMD 64 which is on the way. But still ...
    Thanks anyway !

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