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Installed CAUM 37500-B. Get a PATH NOT FOUND ERROR message when trying to copy from Hard Drive to Cavalry CAUM.

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RHEL3 does not support SATA disks...

If you want to stick with RHEL3 then no way you can use the SATA drive. only IDE drives will work.Also no seperate working drivers is available..

See this link
it says that only from RHEL4 update 1 that the SATA disk is supported, and that too involves some specifics to work properly

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SOURCE: dell inspiron 5150 primary hard drive disk 0 not found

You may find that either the cable is not connected properly or is faulty, or the worse case the mother board has problems (driver, chips, breakages)
May even be a power supply problem, as the power supply has many output points and different voltages that the HDD power out may have blown. If it has then the rest of the system will appear to be ok.
So first off, check the cables connections on the motherboard, and look for any breaks in the cables, and if you have a power meter of some sort check the power connection, or plug in another power connector, the ones with the same end are generally the same power outputs. The ribbon cable for the HDD should have 2 sockets for HDDs and you must connect your HDD to the end one.

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SOURCE: I have data on my CAVALRY ext storage hard

sounds like it's time for a disk recovery exercise. Check the repair directory on fixya for your zip code. That's about all you can do at this point. Hope you had it backed up.

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extend the events there you will ((see errors in red)) you will no what exactly what the error was and at what time it occured

you might be able work your way through the problem
if it's a program file you might uninstall the program restart your computer then reinstall some of these files/software

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the best program for this file transfer is Director Opus 9 this can transfer 100gig in under 1hr as with windows transfer takes 6hrs.

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