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I don't know, what to say....:)
Did Ubuntu actually formatted your drive?
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Yeah I think so, but while it was installing it said copying files from windows. If it did, I don't know where it put them.
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I'm not very familiar with Linux, so I'm totally not sure what to advice you.
You may want to start new topic here: http://www.geekstogo...Systems-f7.html
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Ok Thanks again for your help.
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You're welcome :)
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Ok now I came to terms with losing all of my files. I bought a new SATA 500GB hard drive, I installed it. I put in my windows xp disc try to run setup and it tells me the same thing again. No hard disk drive found on this computer. So I put in the ubuntu disc, now that I installed a new hard drive, to try without making changes, and it came right up as being installed on the computer and that is what I am using to write to you on the internet right now. What am I missing
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SATA drive should have drivers CD with it.
When you start installing Windows at some point, you'll see a message at the bottom of the screen to press F6 to install SATA drivers.
You need to press F6, remove Windows CD and insert drivers CD.
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The hard drive I bought didn't come with anything at all, just the hard drive. I bought it from a computer store called microcenter.
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You'll have to go to hard drive manufacturer website and download drivers from there.
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