Re: Anybody have the time to help a newbie?
On Tue, 30 Mar, 1999 à 01:10:02AM -0700, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> Ok. I have a copy of Debian on disk. I am attempting to install it on an
> IBM PS/2 386. When I boot up using the rescue floppy, I can set up to the
> point where it asks me to partition the hard drive. I select next, and I
> get an error stating " Problem - No hard disk drives could be found. Make
> sure they are cabled correctly and are turned on before the system is
> started . You may have to change driver setings when you start the system
> with a command at the "boot:" prompt, or you may have to load a driver
> that is in a loadable module to solve this problem."
Perhaps you have an MCA bus and/or ESDI harddrive
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