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    Question iATKOS i5 doesn't see the install partition?!

    I am having problems with the install.

    No matter what I do, I can't get the install to see the partition I created for the OSX installation.

    I've already got a Vista 32 Ultimate installation on an Intel ICH8M RAID-0 (2x320GB) SATA-2.

    Originally there was a RECOVER partition and the Vista (NTFS) partition and the OSX installer could see them both. I since removed the recover partition, and moved the Vista partition to sector 1, leaving all the free space at the end.

    I have tried setting the partition to NTFS, FAT32, HFS+ but now I can only see the NTFS Vista partition. I've even left the space unformatted.

    Since removing the recover partition, I now get the message Unable to Probe /dev/disk1s1 0xFFFFFFFC when I start up the iATKOS DVD.

    Is there a known issue with my RAID-0 or does one of you know what to do as I am stuck.



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    I went completely against the instructions and moved vista to the END of the drive, and I was able to create an HFS+ partition at the start of the drive.

 

 

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