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That shouldn't be the case. FAT is an old DOS filesystem, no one (in their right mind) would install linux to a FAT filesystem. I would recommend booting up with ...
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    That shouldn't be the case. FAT is an old DOS filesystem, no one (in their right mind) would install linux to a FAT filesystem. I would recommend booting up with partedmagic livecd and create a linux partition with ext3 filesystem. Then try to run the RHEL installer.

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    If the installer cannot detect the hard drive, it may be an SATA
    problem. Boot into the BIOS setup and check if there is an option
    to select IDE compatibility mode for the drive. This used to be a big
    problem when SATA drives were first introduced.

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