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Old 04-05-2014, 08:57 PM   #1
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Exclamation [Cent OS] No usable disks have been found


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I'm new to Linux. recently i installed Oracle VirtualBox in my windows xp and I tried to install Cent Os 6.0 32bit as a guest os, but its show after language and keyboard selection " No usable disks have been found ". Please someone help me to fix this problem.If these informations are not enough then please tell me what are the necessary information i have to mention here.
 
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recently i installed Oracle VirtualBox in my windows xp and
Then you've got bigger problems as Windwos XP is formally End Of Life, IIRC it'll be patch for the last time ever this week. If you must continue to use it (but why should you?) ponder reversing the process: install Linux and install that outdated, no longer maintained and vulnerable Windows version in a VM and take a snapshot.


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I tried to install Cent Os 6.0 32bit as a guest os, but
CentOS is at version 6.5. There is no valid reason to load an earlier version.


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its show after language and keyboard selection " No usable disks have been found ".
Review your virtual machine storage settings: in VirtualBox select the virtual machine, hit "settings", then "storage". Should have a controller, use a driver CentOS understands and a disk attached to it.
 
  


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