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This isn't really how dd works. The partition table is on the raw disk and to restore those 12 partitions you will end up overwriting your current partition table. You're going to have to dd the .bin to a raw disk somewhere and then create a new .bin for each individual partition. You can then setup the partitions as needed in the allocated space and dd ...
You can use swapon hda9.dd http://man7.org/linux/man-pages/man8/swapon.8.html With this approach, eventual data remanence in swap file may be overwritten by the system, so if he purpose is to inspect the swap content, you should avoid this and see the content with an hex editor or other forensic tools.
Swap space does not contain a filesystem, therefore it is not mounted. Mounting a filesystem means making visible the file and directory structure so that you can navigate and manipulate files. But swap space does not contain files, its data is organized more like pages in memory, in other words raw data that the operating system/ memory management system ...
The controller is newer than the OS you're installing. Use the newest release of CentOS, and you'll have the appropriate drivers necessary to install the operating system and recognize the hardware.
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