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The Wolf 11-08-2003 10:26 AM

Instalation hangs when installing SCSI driver ata_piix
 
Can you please help me?Well today I finally downloaded Fedora Core 1, and I quckly went testing. I put the first cd into cdrom and went installing in graphical mode. But just before it showed the Media Check dialog, it began loading the SCSI driver named ata_piix and here the system hangs. I thought it's just loading so long, so I left it for 15 minutes and went installing Fedora on another computer. When I finished the installation on the second computer (which went smooth), I went back to check if something changed since then. Nothing, it was still showing the loading SCSI driver screen.

I'm using Gigabyte GA8-PENXP motherboard, with Intel 865 PE chipset. More detailed specifications:

# North Bridge : Intel® 865PE MCH
# South Bridge : Intel® ICH5
# Integrated Peripherals:
1. Intel® CSA interface Gigabit Ethernet Controller
2. Silicon Image Serial ATA chip
3. Texas Instrument IEEE 1394 chip
4. GigaRAID controller chip
5. Realtek ALC655 CODEC

I think that this is a hardware problem, but SuSE 8.2, which was installed before, didn't cause such problems.

Has anyone before had simular problems like me? Please help me, because it's urgent.

Thank you

ranger_nemo 11-08-2003 10:54 AM

It's the driver... There's a review over at OS News with a similar problem...
<< http://www.osnews.com/story.php?news_id=5066&page=3 >>

He didn't offer much of an answer. I won't, either... Search Google for a driver that works, or wait till Fedora produces one.

Hopefully, somebody else can come up with a better answer.

rlculver 11-12-2003 08:14 AM

Regarding the Silicon Image Serial ATA chip. Did that work okay with SuSE 8.2, i,e detect etc??

Also which are the best SATA's to go for. i.e make?

Thanks

Robert


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