Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 264321
Won't Install on Asus M2R32-MVP
Last modified: 2008-06-05 09:31:57 EDT
Description of problem: Anaconda won't see hard drive under RAID configuration
on an Asus M2R32-MVP with the AMD 580 chipset.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
How reproducible: It is extremly reproducable on any motherboard with an AMD
580x chipset. Fedora 7 won't recognize the RAID controller for the hard drives.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Get a motherboard with an AMD 580x chipset
2. Try to install linux on the hard drive
Actual results: No hard drives will be detected under Anaconda Setup.
Additional info: Tried commands to get around drive detection, and no matter
how I did it, no drives were able to be detected on my motherboard.
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Have you encountered this problem with Fedora 9?
No, I haven't. I think what happened is that my motherboard (at the time) was
newer than the OS was, which was causing issues. Fedora 9 installs just fine.
Thank you for your help.
Our pleasure. Glad to know everything worked out for you.