RES: amd64/120081: Hard drive not found during install FreeBSD
7.0 - RC1
jhs at berklix.org
Thu May 8 18:48:37 UTC 2008
I'm cc'ing this to freebsd-amd64 at freebsd.org as thread started there,
& it needs ideas beyond mine.
Though Sergio top posted,
My latest comments at bottom as per list convention.
> From: "Sergio Lima" <sergioalimajr at gmail.com>
> Date: Thu, 8 May 2008 12:56:40 -0400
> Message-id: <00c801c8b12c$7e8d3580$7ba7a080$@com>
"Sergio Lima" wrote:
> Hi Julian,
> I using your suggestion, but dont solve my problem.
> I getting last version of the ISO (7.0-Release amd64), and starting new
> process of the install, but the results is same.
> You have new suggestion or orientation to me solve this problem?
> -----Mensagem original-----
> De: Julian H. Stacey [mailto:jhs at berklix.org]
> Enviada em: segunda-feira, 28 de janeiro de 2008 10:10
> Para: freebsd-amd64 at freebsd.org
> Cc: Sergio Lima; freebsd-gnats-submit at freebsd.org
> Assunto: Re: amd64/120081: Hard drive not found during install FreeBSD 7.0 -
> Sergio Lima wrote:
> > >Number: 120081
> > >Category: amd64
> > >Synopsis: Hard drive not found during install FreeBSD 7.0 - RC1
> > >Responsible: freebsd-amd64
> > >Release: FreeBSD 7.0 - RC1
> > I doing download of ISOs of FreeBSD 7.0 - RC1 to install in my laptop
> (Toshiba A215-S4747), but after boot from CD the system install don't found
> Hard Drive (SATA2 200GB). How to solve this problem?
> Check MD5 of cdrom mage & tell list if OK or not.
> Do a verbose boot
> it offers you 7 options
> 3 Safe mode
> 5 Verbose
> or if you want Safe And Verbose
> 6 Escape & then eg
> set boot_verbose="yes"
> & set other Safe settings you can pick from here:
> Julian Stacey. Munich Computer Consultant, BSD Unix C Linux.
Using full release is better than RC, well done,
but you didnt answer questions above inc. Did you check the MD5 ? etc
PS Is your BIOS configured OK ? Can other OS eg BSD/MS/Linux see SATA ?
Julian Stacey: BSDUnixLinux C Prog Admin SysEng Consult Munich www.berklix.com
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