I just purchased a new motherboard, a Biostar TA990FXE using an amd 990 chip-set. I have read reviews of this board running Ubuntu 11.10 but for some damn reason I cannot get Ubuntu to install using either a usb stick or a cd-rom. I get as far as to Unetbootin's menu, I hit install then I get this every time. Code: HDI0_Get_Identity failed for dev/sda invalid argument I get that error either with usb or cd-rom & it just fails right there. I am using the same exact drives I had with the previous motherboard. One is a Sata 3.0 Western Digital, the other is a Sata 3.0 Seagate. I installed Win7 on the Seagate just fine using the dvd-rom but not Ubuntu. I can see both drives in Win's disk management. Both drives are operational. If I boot from the WD I get the Grub error menu, of course from my previous installed board being missing & me reformatting it from windows, the WD was my default boot up first drive. I tried some bios tweaks like Legacy mode for the drives, ahci, sata on chip, fail! Is this chipset even supported, I cannot locate Ubuntu's works/not works sticky like they have for wifi adapters.