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Old 05-15-2010, 02:59 AM   #1
vinayaksolanke
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RHEL4 installation error 'NO DRIVER FOUND'


Hi All

I am installing RHEL4 on my desktop machine but after selection
of language then i select CDROM but installtion stops and gives error
'NO DRIVER FOUND'

Hard ware details

CPU Intel Core i3 530 S/N-L946b932
M/B Intel 55TC S/N-BTTC004000U5
SATA DVD
SATA HDD cgate

Pl help me
 
Old 05-15-2010, 09:30 AM   #2
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Old 05-15-2010, 09:34 AM   #3
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Quote:
Originally Posted by vinayaksolanke View Post
Hi All

I am installing RHEL4 on my desktop machine but after selection
of language then i select CDROM but installtion stops and gives error
'NO DRIVER FOUND'

Hard ware details

CPU Intel Core i3 530 S/N-L946b932
M/B Intel 55TC S/N-BTTC004000U5
SATA DVD
SATA HDD cgate

Pl help me
Spell your words out.

First, you're using RedHat Enterprise. If you're paying for a subscription to RedHat, you have access to their support, so call them. If you're NOT paying for it, use CentOS or another free/community supported distro.

Next, RHEL4 is old. The latest is RHEL5, so loading an older distro is pointless. Get the latest release. And did you bother to try to look up the hardware requirements for RHEL4, and what was supported?? Specifically the part where RHEL4 does NOT support SATA drives??
 
Old 05-15-2010, 11:06 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by vinayaksolanke View Post
Hi All

I am installing RHEL4 on my desktop machine but after selection
of language then i select CDROM but installtion stops and gives error
'NO DRIVER FOUND'

Hard ware details

CPU Intel Core i3 530 S/N-L946b932
M/B Intel 55TC S/N-BTTC004000U5
SATA DVD
SATA HDD cgate

Pl help me
Hey welcome . You are installing RHEL4 or 4.1 or 4.2 or...

By default RHEL4 doesnt support SATA HDD . The updated version of RHEL4 support SATA .

I had also same problem in 2007 and I used 4.4 and now 5.5 .

So you should use any updated version of RHEL4 or use RHEL5 or use CENTOS instead ..
 
  


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