Slackware :: Can`t See 1Tb SATA Disk - 10.2.0

Jun 1, 2010

Have a problem here with 1Tb SATA disk. Disk is visible during boot (dmesg below), all modules are loaded after (make menuconfig + select <M> + make modules + make modules install + modprobe)

fdisk -l can not see any /dev/sd...

modules are not in use

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