I'm having problems getting SUSE 10.2 to install on my new motherboard. An ASUS M2N32-SLI Deluxe.
When running through the setup SUSE somehow thinks that my sata drive is setup for raid when in actual fact I only have one sata drive connected to my motherboard. I have checked and the RAID option in the BIOS is disabled.
The installation works fine up to the point when it tries to install the boot manager (GRUB) I get an error box Error occurred while installing GRUB
but there is no information about the error.
I have also tried using LILO but the setup still fails at the same point although LILO is a bit more helpful and at least gives me some information about the problem
raid_setup returns offset = 00000000 ndisk = 0
BIOS VolumeID Device
Reading boot sector from /dev/mapper/sil_aeafdhbjcjcd
Fatal: Sorry, don't know how to handle device 0xfd00
I have also tried the install with the sata drive plugged into each of the 6 sata ports on the motherboard with the same issue.
I can however install Ubuntu 7.04 beta 1 on the system with no problems, the setup recognizes the sata drive as a single drive.
Anyone have any ideas on why SUSE seems to think that I have a RAID setup and wont install?