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am having a 1.8GHZ,duo core,pv900 mercury and 160 sata hdd.the problem is when am installing fedora core7 from the DVD I am prompted to select the drivers "Can't find the ...
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    Unhappy Can't install Fedora


    am having a 1.8GHZ,duo core,pv900 mercury and 160 sata hdd.the problem is when am installing fedora core7 from the DVD I am prompted to select the drivers "Can't find the necessary drivers required for this installation,select the drivers manually or use a drivers disk but non of the drivers I select work not even after using the main board drivers disk still the anaconda installer can not detect any drivers.
    Please help am tied of my current XP which crash every now and then.:

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    Hi and Welcome !

    I would suggest you to install latest version, Fedora 9.
    Try all-generic-ide parameter during installation.
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