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    Default Installation problem - no disk found

    Hi.
    I'm trying to install BT4 final trought UBIQUITY, but when I choose a country and a keyboard and click forward, I should choose a partition and etc. But the table is empty, no disc or partition has beed found.
    My hard drive it's WD 3200 AAKS.
    Can anybody help me ?
    thanks

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    Default Re: Installation problem - no disk found

    Are the disks mounted? Use fdisk and see what it gives you.

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    cfdisk /dev/sda shows all my partitions, I've mounted /dev/sda5 (which is reiserfs ) on /mnt/bt.


    I solved it. The problem was that I have ATI graphic card and can't run X without drivers which I had on NTFS paartition. I mounted that partition, installed drivers, run X and started instalation. The problem was that the NTFS partition was still mounted. I unmouted that and it was ok.
    During the boot time I also press F6 and double "e" and put pci=nomsi but I'm not sure if it has changed anything.
    Last edited by Archangel-Amael; 04-05-2010 at 11:20 AM.

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