Robert Cahn writes:
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> I have a F7 system. It uses the x86_64 distribution. We had a lightning
> storm and I was away. When I got back the system had hung and wouldn't
> reboot. When I tried to put in the recovery CD and restore the system it
> loads in a number of SCSI drivers. When it gets to, "Loading sata_sis
> driver" progress halts. After a while garbage fills the middle third of
> the screen and the disk spins on and on. I've tried to reinstall F7 but
> the same thing happens. It appears the sata_sis driver is corrupted and
> the system cannot update without it. Does anyone know a word around?
If you cannot even boot the FC7 instaler, it strongly suggests that your
hardware is fried.
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