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Old 06-16-2006, 08:16 AM   #1
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RHEL4 on HP dx5150

Hi Friends,
I got a copy of RHEL4 (Evaluation) from Redhat website.
I am trying to install the same on my New Desktop which is HP dx5150. The said Desktop is having following configuration.
AMD64 Athlon 3000+
512 DDR2 RAM
Seagate Barracuda 7200RPM SATA HDD 80 GB
While installing the same it is saying me the error "Device Not Found..." for my SATA HDD.
I have contacted HP and Rad Hat as well. But, afterall still I am there I was earlier...!!!
So, can anybody help me out for the same...???!!!
Moreover BIOS of my system is also not showing any option called SATA / PATA or something like that.
Hey, I wants to let u know guys, that I am successfully able to Install and run Windows XP on said Hardware...
Please Guide / Help me out...!!!
Thanx in Advance...!!!


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