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Old 28th April 2009, 05:51 AM
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Fedora liveusb-creator does not recognize my WD 250G Harddrive

Scope1: Wanted to install F10 on my Western Digital Hard Drive, 250 Gig. When launch the liveusb-creator, it does not recognize my disk, I tried Flash Drive, 4G, and it does.

This is a LapTop with XP, and do not want to disturb windows, How can I tell it during installation that i am landing on the correct drive, for example external Hard drive. Should i take out the internal Hard drive?


Scope2: Can I install the Oracle Database on Fedora on my external drive with Fedora on it.
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