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No HD can be seen in Installation of 10.8

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I used myHack to make the installer of 10.8

Now when i boot the USB to my new PC

Gigabyte 900VM

RAID setting IN BIOS

2GB RAM

320GB HD

Core 2 Duo

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The setup used to show me PCI Configuration begin but then I used npci=0x3000 and it booted fine but it is not

showing my HDD in Disk Utility...Help me please :help::wallbash:

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