Hi Kevin and thanks for repplyng, sysinstall does not crach at all, the
problem is that the information is not retain by the label. I keep getting
that contact "Disk Geometry" error when I try fdisk into the volume/drive.
Any ideas what is happening. let me know what other information you may need
to assist me further.

On 5/24/06, Kevin Kinsey <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

Lisandro Grullon wrote:
> Good Morning,
>
> Last night I was trying installing a new Areca controller 1120 8 ports
> using a 5 bay (300GB seagate) drives Raid 5. The main OS is install
using the
> SATA controller in RAID 1 configuration of the mother board, the
addition of
> last night was a separate controller I install.The install when good and
I
> installed my modules in the kernel, now my problem is when I try to
> partition the volume using fdisk/label with system install it is giving
me
> nasty disk geometry incorrect error, can anyone tell me what is this all
> about? Thank you.

We'd probably need some more information.  Does sysinstall crash?
Does the fdisk information get written to disk anyway?  The label?

KDK

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