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    Default [Kalyway] Can't see my hard drive

    The installation does not show my hard drive. I can't see it in the disk utility. I've prepared an unallocated space as mentioned in one of the tutorials. What should I do?
    Last edited by maly; 04-30-2008 at 05:21 PM.



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    What is your Hard-drive interface type ?

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    St3200820as Ata

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    Tried to use the different Bootloader options ?

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    How do I use different bootloader options?


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    Quote Originally Posted by maly View Post
    How do I use different bootloader options?
    Press F8 before OSX starts and type:

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    cpus=X (1 or 2)

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    f41qu3, none of them helped. I have also tried iAtkos v1.0i but it doesn't even boot properly. What other isos can I use?

    Here is my hardware information

    Processor: Intel Pentium D model 820 2.80 Ghz
    RAM: 1GB
    Motherboard: Cuba (MSI MS-7301) Motherboard
    Hard drive: Seagate TONKA 1.5, a 3.5-inch Serial ATA Hard Disk Drive, 200GB
    Graphics Card: nVidia GeForce 7300 SE


    Here is a link to my system
    http://support.packardbell.com/uk/it...4338701&g=1400

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    have you activated yr partitioned space??

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    All I did is created some unallocated space. But this doesnt change the fact that my hard disk should be displayed there. It can see my usb flash drive and cd rom but no hdd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maly View Post
    All I did is created some unallocated space. But this doesnt change the fact that my hard disk should be displayed there. It can see my usb flash drive and cd rom but no hdd.
    try to format it with NTFS but don't assign a Letter just format then try Kalyway again & see if it can see the partition now


 

 
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