I am attempting to install ubuntu 10.10-alternate-i386 that was burned on a cd.
Motherboard: SOYO SY-K7ADA v1.0-2AA1
Main Processor: AMD Athlon 1700+
Primary Master: WDC WD800AAJB-00J3A0 0.103E01
The HDD is brand new and hasn't been formated, partitioned, or previously had any other OS on it. The HDD is recognized in the BIOS. I am able to get to the Ubuntu Install screen, and proceed to follow through the first eight steps on the install process:
( 1 )Choose language
( 2 )Configure the keyboard
( 3 )Detect and mount CD-ROM
( 4 )Load Debconf preconfiguration file
( 5 )Load installer components from CD
( 6 )Detect network hardware
( 7 )Configure the network
( 8 )Configure the clock
When it gets to the 9th step (Detect disks), I am given this response:
[!] Detect disks
No disk was detected. If you know the name of the driver needed by your disk drive, you can select it from the list.
Driver needed for your disk drive:
-A list of possible drivers are listed in which don't match, except for two, but they don't lead to anywhere beneficial in order to complete the installation process.
At this point, I have no idea how I must proceed. Any suggestions, comments, guidance, and/or help, would be greatly appreciated. I look forward to hearing from you. The sooner the better.