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1. I have little knowledge of Ubuntu, I am using 12.10 (I tried Ubuntu several years ago).
2. I built a computer, ufei bios, multiple hard drives, SSD and two sata 6. Windows 7 is on the SSD, (drive C:), Ubuntu is on a sata 6 (drive F:).
I'm trying to install Fedora 18 (64-bit KDE) on my new SATA hard drive via a Live DVD. Unfortunately, the hard drive is not being detected by the Installer. I've never had this problem before. As an experiment, I tried plugging in my current IDE hard drive with Fedora 17 (64-bit KDE), and the Installer couldn't read that either.
Well, firstly I reset my computer to factory settings (without knowing that Ubuntu was going to stay still). After setting up, I found out that Ubuntu was staying still at the start up boot manager, when I clicked it, it gave me errors. Ubuntu 12.04 also stole my 18GB hard drive. Now, I can’t find Ubuntu uninstaller in my programs whether I can’t find Ubuntu file in my C drive.
Have Ubuntu installed on a 1TB SATA 3 Hard Drive. Also have Windows 7 installed on a separate 1TB SATA 3 Hard Drive. Unplugged Windows Hard Drive before installing Ubuntu as previous versions of Linux always destroyed my Windows installation. What will happen when I plug in the Hard Drive with Windows 7?
hello , im pretty new on lynux and im having problems with the installation ,when i try to install the ubuntu it works all fine untill you need to choose in what hard drive you want to install it
the problem is that the ubuntu does not detect any hard drives on my computer....
iv tried everything:
change the bios setting
replace the sata cabels and ports
i was doing all fine but ubuntu just w