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Old 06-20-2009, 06:07 PM   #1
Kathie
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Unhappy Can't install FC 11 on 64 bit machine


When installing FC 11 after a few questions about language I got:

"The Fedora disc was not found in any of your CDROM drives ...."

I read a couple of the threads on the problem and it seemed people were shooting in the dark with answers. Two issues mentioned were SCSI and DMA problems. If I go into the bios and disable the DMA or SCSI driver, and then I re-enable them after installing Fedora, will Fedora see the DMA or SCSI? Or will the fact that they were disables during installation keep Fedora from recognizing them later?

Or are there any other ways to overcome the problem?

Thanks Kathie
 
  


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