I downloaded the new Suse KDE 10.3 Live CD but compared to the Ubuntu Live CD, I had a number of problems. Ubuntu's Nautilus found my two hard drive partitions and also my cd burner. Ubuntu even found my integrated sound and configured it. In Suse, I had to go to terminal and manually make a directory and then mount the hard drive primary partition. I manually tried to mount my CD burner but the burner application in Suse did not see it. Also, I could not configure my sound in Suse. For some reason, I kept getting a configuration error. Overall, I found the Ubuntu Live CD much easier to navigate. Any thoughts as to why Suse Live did not see my hard drive partitions or CD burner on boot up?