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Can't install linux

When try to install linux i got the message that there is no disk drives but ido it same hard disk with another mother board i succeeded

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Probably should check in the BIOS and see if the HD is detected.
If not, you should check cables and connections (a bad cable will do it every time) power to the HD (can you feel/hear it start up?) Last resort to flash the BIOS. Try a different HD first and see if it is detected.

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Will not start, operating system not found


You even can connect a floppy disk drive to this 15 year old mother board.
You will need to setup the system complete, with an old Windows or unix (linux) system. But you must be sure there is a harddrive connected and you should have the OS installer on a floppy disk.
If there is no Hard disk in the system at all, don't even try to install anything, because it won't work.
Be aware even when you manage to install something, most modern software and most hardware won't work with this system.
If it worked before, and it suddenly became like this, most likely the hard disk died. Will be difficult to find one that will work in this system. Try it on eBay.

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its just maybe that the device is not compatible with linux. try that to windows xp and see what happen.


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I am in agreement William.

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If you installed Linux successfully on your hard disk then the hard disk is OK.
If you are installing Windows Xp and it does not detect the hard disk but the BIOS detects the hard disk then -
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Hi Naresh,

Please remember to backup your drivers from the original driver CD onto your hard disk/Cd/Pen Drive , or specially a separate partition on your hard disk so that you can install them later, in case of any crash.

For now you can download the drivers from this link :- http://bit.ly/mUHx0w

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