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    Thumbs down How to install Red Hat Enterprise 4 on SATA drive

    My Laptop has a SATA drive and when i try to install Red Hat Enterprise 4, i get an error "hard drive is not found"

    I have created 3 different partitions on the laptop and i have installed windows on C, kept drive D for personal data and wanted to install Redhat on drive E but it can't see the hard disk.
    What should i do to be able to install?

    Please help!!


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    Install new kernel version - It will work.
    I came across same problem few months back .check here
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    SuperMod (Back again) devils casper's Avatar
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    Try passing all-generic-ide option.
    linux all-generic-ide
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    Yes this method works..i had used

    linux nommconf all-generic-ide

    also change the sata drive to legacy mode in BIOS. and yu can also try options like apm=off acpi=off if all-generic-ide not wokrs

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