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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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