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Yes it it is and it confusing as the procedure described in the manual and the various forum entries seem to be working for many here.
Yes of course, the HDD is enabled and configured to boot first
Yes the MD5 Checksum was Ok, it worked fine with physdiskwrite to this SATA HDD but the box does not boot from HDD anyway.
Thank you but yes, I have tried the live CD and the procedure described many times in the manuals but the box is refusing to boot.
In order to exclude that there is something wrong with the HDD I have even changed it and I even wiped the original one using Dban to start from the scratch.
I get absolutely no error messages during the copy/install process and
as soon as I reboot it does not work any more. I mean the box tries to
boot from CD which I have removed according to the manual, then from LAN and then… nothing
Maybe this is related to my hardware ?
Thank you very much but whatever tip I have tried so far the box is refusing to boot.
I have tried Win Image and Physdiskwrite as well as mentioned in other forum posts but I cannot boot from my S-ATA HDD.
I am using a Intel Atom 330 box, 2 Nic’s, 2 Gig RAM and a 80 GByte
samsung S-ATA HDD.
I’ve been testing for 2 weeks but I’d like to use the Proxy feature and so a HDD install is much better I guessJuly 7, 2010 at 12:48 pm in reply to: Solution: How to install Zeroshell in Hard drive [WinXP] #45710
Sorry this does not work for me using physdiskwrite using a simple 80 GB Samsung SATA HDD
Is there a problem with SATA HDD’s in general as many here seem to have similar problems ?