Re: Debian installation on SATA2
- From: "Hernán" <askme@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 22 Jul 2007 17:10:44 -0300
"Lasse Jensen" <fafler@xxxxxxxxx> wrote on
I tried to do the network installation of Debian 4.0 r0, but it won't
detect my SATA2 HD. When it displays the driver list, I tried with a lot
of the drivers displayed (including "sata_via", which I think is my HD's
driver), but it doesn't detect it either.
Can anyone help me?
Alt+F2, lspci and post it here.
Alternatively, try changing the SATA controller mode to AHCI instead of
it is now, if it's possible with your board.
Lasse Jensen [fafler at g mail dot com]
Linux, the choice of a GNU generation.
Thanks for your answer. By chance, I could install it. I went to the BIOS
setup (Phoenix) and changed the JMicron RAID controller from "IDE" to
"RAID", and I did the same with the HD. And it worked!
The thing is, when I want to use Linux, I have to leave it this way, but
when I want to use Windows XP, I have to restore the previos setting.
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