If you used Hinsdale guide, I think the boot cd they want you to use is not LBA48 aware so you don't have to use copykern to replace the kernel.chuck_theobald said:I did not know the kernel could be replaced, I should look into that. Hinsdale does not mention this, but does say that only 137 GB of any disk will be seen. Does the Series 1 kernel see only 137 GB of any combination of disks? If so, that is likely my problem.
I got two Seagate ST3160023A-RK disks. I had found on a forum that someone was using this model successfully. Interestingly, these are detected by my PC BIOS as ST3160815A, which I had considered as well.
I used same model but different size and it worked so I'm not sure it's due to the power supply.wscannell said:I think the problem with two Seagate drives is related to the power consumption. The power supply is just not able to supply adequate power.