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Have now got a "Live" GParted CD. So i changed the boot sequence on my PC so as to boot from the GParted CD. I select "Auto-configuration" and i also ...
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    Have now got a "Live" GParted CD. So i changed the boot sequence on my PC so as to boot from the GParted CD. I select "Auto-configuration" and i also pressed "Enter" twice when prompted to select the "keymap" and "language settings". But all i get is a blank screen?

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    Which Graphics Card do you have? Select a bit lower resolution and vesa driver. Let me know if it doesn't work. I will boot up my machine from GParted CD and check correct options.
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    I had problems with the GParted CD when I tried it, since then I have used the PartedMagic CD which has worked on every machine I have tried it on so far.

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    Thanks for the replies. I shall just have to get hold of PartedMagic CD. Cheers

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