"Eugene de Villiers" <edevilliers(a)hotmail.com> writes:
How would one go about this if all your drives are
SATAs and you
aren't getting even a whisper of a boot? The Patch-CD recovery doesn't
seem to detect the hard disks (i.e. I cant mount them). The normal
Installation does it without a hitch, but it only allows
reinstallation, not repair of existing systems. Manual install, the
only other viable option, locks up looking for an info file or
Why do you need to recover? Just go for normal installation and then
switch to text console 1 or two instead of doing anything, you'll get
a root shell...
Very frustrating (especially since I know I'm
something glaringly obvious again.)
PS If you have/want an AMD 64bit system, stay away from Radeons above
9000, (especially 9600s, they are the devil).
9200 should be fine...
Andreas Jaeger, aj(a)suse.de, http://www.suse.de/~aj
SuSE Linux AG, Maxfeldstr. 5, 90409 Nürnberg, Germany
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