Problem with installing any kind of Linux Distro

Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by mistery_man_bih, Nov 22, 2012.

  1. mistery_man_bih

    mistery_man_bih New Member

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    I'm new here,so hello to everyone.. My english is bad, and I hope that all of you will understand me :)

    Well, i have a problem with installing any of linux distro. I try to install Ubuntu, Mint and OpenSuse and no one of them cannot see my hdd partitions. This problem is occurs only when I want to install linux. I can mount hard drive, manipulate with gparted but when I want to install,all partitions are hidden. Disk is WDC WD3200BPVT-22JJ5T0 ATA Device / 320Gb.

    Thanks for help ;)

  2. icyfight

    icyfight New Member

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    What's your current os? Your partition table?
  3. sahabcse

    sahabcse New Member

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    Restart the machine and go to BIOS, change the HDD, ATA to IDE. Then reboot using OS CD and try to install.
  4. mistery_man_bih

    mistery_man_bih New Member

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    Currently I have win7.. And here is partition
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  5. crzdot

    crzdot New Member

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    agree to sahabcse.
  6. sahabcse

    sahabcse New Member

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    Hi crzdot

    Pls let us know, Did you faced similar issue or my suggestion worked for you?

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