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Re: ntoskrnl.exe--->hd0,1 and hd0,3 didnt work

boby wrote:

I couldnt resist to not to test your opinion before
going to job,but it didnt work , hd0,1 and hd0,3 and
even hd0,2 it hungup after i selected the win2000 in grub , even
didnt say ntoskrnl not found in /winnt/system32 please
reinstall it .

thanks to every one wanted to help me , may be i try
from windows console to override the master boot
record .

If you boot to linux and run mkbootdiak to create a boot floppy, then even after doing the recovery of win2K on the MBR you will still be able to boot to the linux install.

--- Adam Voigt <adam kotisprop com> wrote:

On Tue, 2004-05-18 at 12:56, Jeff Vian wrote:

Adam Voigt wrote:

Actually when you install Windows 2000, it gives

you the choice of

whether you'd like NTFS or FAT32.

I know that is true with XP, but I have not seen

that option in 2K :-(

I will check that with a test install.

Feel free, I've done what must be over 50 fresh
installs of Win2k, and
I'm sure it's there. If you need help finding it,
let me know.


Adam Voigt
adam kotisprop com

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