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    rfhzcx NNTP User

    Default No disc recgonized

    Hello
    I can't install the Open SUSE 11.1 at my server because the system can't see any disks.
    I have created a hardware RAID-0 using I20 scsi controlorer.
    Could you have any advice what should I do/try ?
    Regards
    Al

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    Default Re: No disc recgonized

    It's probably because the drivers for your hard drive controller are not being provided/installed.

    Are you installing from the DVD or a live CD?

    With my system, no live CD I've tried detects the hard drives, only the DVD does.
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    rfhzcx NNTP User

    Default Re: No disc recgonized

    No, I am using DVD. Generaly previous versions 10.X did not have these problems ...
    Al

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    Default Re: No disc recgonized

    Is it just that it's not reading the disk at boot?

    What if you are in an existing OS. Can you read the contents of your install dvd in the file browser?
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    Default Re: No disc recgonized

    I found this Adaptec i2o based SCSI controller fails to initialize during SLES11 installation

    Here is the suggested resolution
    The installation needs to be started with the following options appended:

    BrokenModules=i2o_core,i2o_config,i2o_bus,i2o_proc

    This will ensure the module dpt_io2 will be used to support the controller otherwise the system cannot reserve the
    requested memory regions as those are already in use by the i2o* modules.
    Hopefully it will help.
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