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  • From: "Matt Stamm" <mattsl@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 2 Nov 2005 16:53:08 +0000 (UTC)
  • Message-id: <200511020855.AA315359524@xxxxxxxxx>

---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: Matthew Stringer <qube@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 2 Nov 2005 15:16:08 +0000

>On Wednesday 0
>> Concerning the BIOS setting, its a Phoenix BIOS. In order
>> to access the SATA info you have to hit <TAB>. When you
>> hit <DEL> to enter the normal BIOS stuff there is no mention
>> of the SATA drives. The <TAB> section displays two channels,
>> with nothing on channel one and my 80 gig drive on channel 0.
>> Does this tell you what you need to know?
>> Matt
>Although it doesn't help I had this same problem with a Phoenix BIOS'ed mobo
>and SATA drives. Made no diff what version of Suse/Fedora I used it wouldn't
>In the end I swapped the mobo, but with same IDE SATA controller and disks it
>worked fine.


In researching this problem I came across some discussions concerning the VIA chip set which is on my MOBO. So far everything is working fine after I changed the bootloader to LILO and finished the install. Unless I learn a compelling reason to change from LILO back to GRUB I think I'll just leave well-enough alone.

Is there a reason I should try to get back to GRUB ???


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