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Old 11-21-2007, 07:34 PM   #1
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Problem installing FC8 on my scsi

Hi any1 help me I am having difficulties installing FC8 on my SCSI Adaptec 2010 s hd, actually my hardware is:

Siemens Fujitsu PRIMERGY TX200 with 67 GB SCSI hd, 1GB ram memory and when I try to install FC8 on it with DVD install, I can't find my hd to select.

Plz help it is very urgent

Thnx in advance.
Old 11-22-2007, 01:15 AM   #2
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If FC doesn't auto-detect the scsi card you will need to specify scsi(??) or a specific driver for the scsi card.
Some distros allowed you to specify the driver to load or specify the command to prompt for a driver disk (floppy??):
linux dd

Your driver maybe the Adaptec I20 raid driver(??).
I hope this helps.


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