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Well, first thing to do is to create a better title instead of just "Help Me". Something that actually describes your question and thread, so members know what it's about before clicking. Could you imagine if every thread was titled "Help Me"? Things would get ugly and we know you need help, that's why you started a thread right?
Now, you need to provide more information to get better replies or a solution from members. We can't just play the guessing game.
What version of RHEL so we can know if it supported NTFS filesystems out of the box or if you'll need to recompile the kernel to include such support?
Can you provide us with the output of /sbin/lspci and /bin/lsmod to get started?
For me any RedHat based distro is harder, than Debian based(maybe because i use them for a long time). Also i was thinking that Ubuntu is better because of very good community. But OK, it was just mine recommmendation, sorry !!! And that Intel board is also not so new, but it is not too old.