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Dell Vostro 200 Samsung HD502IJ Driver
December 4th, I have had the same problem mostly mentioned in this post and others since trying to install 8.
Basic low down is this: When Dell Vostro 200 Samsung HD502IJ use the live CD, or attempt an upgrade, etc Live CD finally booted up ok, got to the demo. Today I booted the CD, and installed. Seemed to go ok, so first thing I tried to enable Nvidia drivers. Machine tried to reboot, and then fell back to evil death loop of initramfs, etc, etc errors, blank screens, lockups, blank screens, etc, etc.
Finally hard booted and reloaded Hardy. At this point, the RAID enabling option seems to be a faulty patch at best. It only worked for me after enabling several drives that Dell Vostro 200 Samsung HD502IJ exist, and even then the system was unstable. But that is only a guess on my part. I am going to keep Hardy until Ubuntu can prove that some fix has been made on this, Ibex so far will not work on my machine.
I'd like to think that each version will get better, and perhaps it has in some respects, but this is ridiculous, if you expect a new user to grab a disk and install it, and then say 'well, you just have to go into BIOS and lie to your PC that it has RAID drives. It really is a bit much for a lot of people who just want to try something Dell Vostro 200 Samsung HD502IJ or new. I don't know enough about programming and configuration to fix it or add anything else right now.
I am going to launchpad to post a bug to them in hopes of seeing some fix in the near future. Linux is still better than, well, I'm sure other readers here migh better help you. I do not need to do this with 8.
When I Dell Vostro 200 Samsung HD502IJ I was getting the initramfs, busybox deal Thinking about trying Linux Mint now Would have liked Ubuntu If I could have gotten into it Based on what someone else here said, I peeked inside the box. The wire that connects the hard drives to the motherboard has two plugs on it, and the hard drive was plugged into the plug in the middle of the wire, not the plug at the end of the wire. On my other desktop, where I do not have this problem, the hard drive is plugged into the end of the wire.
I switched the plug on my Dell so that the hard drive was plugged into the end of the wire, and no more initramfs problem.
Actually, now I am getting a "diskette drive 0 seek failure" error. Even so, I was thinking of asking for my money back at one point.
I'm having the same problems as everyone else with 8. Tried all different permutations of the command line boot options, nothing seems to work.
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Can't believe they can release a new version with so many install problems for so many people! Hope they fix it soon, otherwise I'll be stuck with evil Vista for the forseeable future on this laptop.
Thought maybe some chance it would work, but get the same problem as Ubuntu Have you thought about trying Fedora 10? Fedora is pretty good but not recommended for newbies there is also openSUSE and lots and lots of other distros.
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Anyone got any recommendations of Fedora over Suse? They have a very nice repo called rpmfusion, it's very good.
Fedora has some nice features and the login screen after you install it is the best ever. I'm wanting to put it on my wife's laptop as right now it has Vista Starting in November I started getting the ata1. I actually got then once or twice before but a reboot always worked.