no, it is not the disk, i removed it and the same problem...

2009/11/12 Jesús Abidan <jabi...@gmail.com>

> no idea...
>
> the machine had only one hard drive(PATA), then  i plugged a new sata
> HD(freebsd style), with information on it. The PATA drive is cofigured as
> the primary disk, and the sata in bios it says is in PORT 0.
>
> I'll try removing the SATA disk and install freebsd, maybe is the jumper
> configuration.
>
> 2009/11/12 Jerry McAllister <jerr...@msu.edu>
>
>> On Thu, Nov 12, 2009 at 10:04:29AM -0600, Jesús Abidan wrote:
>>
>>
>> > i think i have the problem...
>> >
>> > i have two hard disks, IDE and SATA, i saw in my MS XP, my root label is
>> F:
>> > instead of C: maybe it is something related to jumpers or something like
>> > that?
>>
>> That is a little surprise to me, but I am not up on the ins and outs
>> of IDE/SATA labeling.    Most of my machines - all of the servers -
>> have SCSI or SAS disk which does it differently (and more easily).
>> My only SATA machines have only a single disk.
>>
>> One thing to ask is:   what does it have as c:, d: and e: ??
>> Maybe something is plugged in the wrong - or inconvenient - order
>> on the controller.  Or, I suppose there might be a jumper issue.
>>
>> ////jerry
>>
>>
>> >
>> > 2009/11/12 Jesús Abidan <jabi...@gmail.com>
>> >
>>
>
>
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