Yeah, but that is what he said above:
Ubuntu, Fedora, openSUSE worked prefectly, but when i try install Debian i am able to boot to live system and do some stuff in terminal but i am not able to detect my harddrive.
I looked at both pastebin's, but can't figure out nothing neither (that doesn't say much, as my hardware foo is low).
LIke said in an earlier post: I too am not sure what the OP expects to see. Another hardisk or another partition?
This way or that way i would run one of the distributions which work (Ukuluku, Fedora or OpenSuse) and check with gparted if anything can be seen (I think Fedora and OpenSuse have other gui-tools to handle that). Perhaps run "e2fsck" for the partion debian can't find.
I would also try the default debian iso (default is wrong, i mean any which goes straight for installation), not the liveCD
To make it more clear here i would also post the output from "fdisk -l " while running one of those distributions (as liveCD).
But i am shooting in the dark without a clue.
PS: I missed that verahill has edited his post and already proposed to use a regular installation CD.
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