And this assumption is based on what?! Since you appear to know how to use Google, why oh why didn't you just Google for the error message? You might have found this:Alephcat wrote:I suspect that you may be right about your graphics card ...
Can you please check the technical specifications and tell us what SATA controller you have in that machine? Also: Can you please try any other Linux distro and see if the error appears again? We have to troubleshoot. It's either a hardware problem (meaning that NO Linux whatsoever will work), a temporary kernel problem (meaning that a newer distro with a newer Kernel version might work), a distribution related problem (meaning that only Ubuntu and Ubuntu-based distros such as Mint have this problem; others such as OpenSUSE, Fedora, Mandriva, Gentoo, etc. maybe don't have this problem) or only a Mint-related problem (meaning that maybe a newer version of Ubuntu such as the new 7.04 "Feisty" might work?)greatgreenguru wrote: I have just purchased a new gaming rig and my intention was to have a small linux partition. ... It is a E6600 with 2 SATA 2 drives and an 8800GTS gpu.
greatgreenguru wrote:No. What would I have to add?
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