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In my laptop i have two 160GB hard drives. When i install windows on them i need to either add 3rd party software to have the computer read my hard ...
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    Hard Drive Not Found


    In my laptop i have two 160GB hard drives. When i install windows on them i need to either add 3rd party software to have the computer read my hard drive computer as raid or not raid. I would like to install Mandriva linux on one of the hard drive but when i do a message tells me there are no hard drives found. I was able to install kbuntu on on from the live cd so I cannot understand why I cannot install Mandriva. If someone could help me troubleshoot putting Mandriva onto my laptop please email me or reply to this post.

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    Some of the old kernels may not have support for SATA. Check what is the kernel used by kubuntu and what is the kernel mandriva is using for installation. That must give you a clue on why this is happening.

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