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Bug#415027: marked as done (install error)

Your message dated Fri, 16 Mar 2007 20:13:14 +0100
with message-id <20070316191314.GG4230@kheops.homeunix.org>
and subject line Bug#415027: install error
has caused the attached Bug report to be marked as done.

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Package: installation-reports

Boot method: <How did you boot the installer? CD? floppy? network?>
Image version: <Fill in date and from where you got the image>
Date: <Date and time of the install>

Machine: home build amd xp2600 on an asus a7n8x-e delux 80gb sata drive geforce 6600gt  ac97 sound
Partitions: maxtor sata drive not able to detect during scsi detection phase
Output of lspci and lspci -n:

Base System Installation Checklist:
[O] = OK, [E] = Error (please elaborate below), [ ] = didn't try it

Initial boot worked:    [E]
Configure network HW:   [ ]
Config network:         [ ]
Detect CD:              [ ]
Load installer modules: [ ]
Detect hard drives:     [ ]
Partition hard drives:  [ ]
Create file systems:    [ ]
Mount partitions:       [ ]
Install base system:    [ ]
Install boot loader:    [ ]
Reboot:                 [ ]


get as far as checking ide that takes it's time but moves on to checking scsi then hangs and won't go any further 91% is shown and there the machine hangs indefinatly

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Quoting Neil Tideswell (kobrin@tiscali.co.uk):
> i have tried debian 3.1r4 dvd , 3.1r5dvd and also 3.1r5 net install 
> imagethey all do that same thing  they hang at 91% shecking scsi.

Well, all these are images from the Debian sarge distribution.

Given that Debian Etch is very very close to release, I would
recommend using its images to install Debian these days.

It's very likely that your hardware combination is pretty too new for
Debian sarge where the kernel and modules are dated back in June 2005.

Download of Debian Installer Release Candidate 2 images, which will by
default install Debian Etch:
> >Was this an image downloaded from
> >http://www.debian.org/devel/debian-installer?

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