installing fc6 and mandriva on sata disk

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  1. vish786

    vish786 "The Gentleman"

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    My system configuration is,
    AMD 3000+ series processor(running at 1.8GHz)
    Asus A8V-MX Motherboard
    DDR 512 MB
    NVidia 5200 fx series Graphics card
    Sata 80 GB Hard disk
    LG Dvd Writer

    i have tried installing fedora core and mandrake 10.1 on my sata hard disk but both the OS are not detecting my sata disk please help me out, i have asked this to many people but none of them gave a proper reply hope theirs someone who can help me.
     
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    JGuru Well-Known Member

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    Try installing Mandriva 2006/2007 Linux. It supports SATA. All the latest Linux
    distros like Ubuntu 6.06 or 6.10, Suse 10.1, Fedora 5/6 do support SATA.
     
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    eddie El mooooo

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    AFAIK Mandrake 10.1 came somewhere around 2004. No way is it going to support newer features like SATA and all.
     
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    get a distro with latest 2.6 linux kernel like debian etch or Ubuntu Edgy.
     
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