Re: install squeeze con core i5 2500 motherboard 1155
Camaleón, maybe it's a bug with de motherboard, besides that,
i also prefer to build software raid before using the chipset's "fake raid".
I cannot find what's that hotplug stuff in the motherboard manual.
Will have to look on asus site.
On Sun, 03 Jul 2011 09:49:55 -0300, Pablo Sánchez wrote:
Pablo Sánchez<firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Well, i got an ASUS P8H67-M LX with H67 B3 revision intel chipset
with a core i5 2500 .
The machine has 3 Samsung 1TB disks , that i see on the bios config,
connected to sata 3gb ports .
After inserting an usb stick with realtek firmware-realtek 0.28,
config the network, I'm stuck on Scanning disk on starting up the
partitioner on 50 % progress : it's stalled .
Do you see any messages about the disks in the syslog?
lee, i didn't take a look at syslog. dmesg showed they were there.
What i ended doing, was play with the hotplug option for each disk on
the bios, and it worked. I have the system running, but i'm now trying
to learn what that option means . I don't think it's a real hotplug
thing, as changing drives without shutting down the computer. Actually
got it working setting two of the drives with hotplug on and one off .
What's that "hotplug" thingy of the BIOS? I've never heard before about
If that option was the one making noise and the hard disk controller had
problems at the install stage, it could be due to a BIOS bug/issue.
Also, having the hdd controller set to RAID (fake-raid) can also present
problems for the installer. I prefer to use AHCI, if possible.