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Karlsweldt wrote:With SATA storage drives, there should be a separate BIOS sub-page concerning the order of access for boot. The primary SATA port (Port "0") is default for an OS boot. If the boot record is not found, then a search for other boot paths to an OS is effected.
When installing an OS, all the install files are first copied to memory.. then a search for the drive to put them on.
After all that pre-installation wait, then the process may not find a suitable storage medium!
Always a sound idea to isolate problems when trouble-shooting. Divide the conflict in half, and then the troubled half again. Saves countless hours and less loss of hair!
Karlsweldt wrote:With multiple storage drives, work with just the primary one until assured the cause is rooted out.
Yes, been there.. done that. Welcome to the "Club of Experience"!
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