Anaconda can't load a driver for my SCSI hard drive. I either have to select the right driver from a list or provide a disk. I've no clue how to even start. My hard drive appears as ATA ST3250310AS and is a Seagate brand. It looks much thinner than other drives, too. Not sure if that matters.
Do I need to pass additional commands at boot time? Is there a specific driver I need to download first to get things to work?
The KDE Live CD works just fine. Should I use that first and install it to the hard drive? Then try a full install again as an upgrade?