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ok, that's what i did and what i was planning to do! tnx...
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    ok, that's what i did and what i was planning to do! tnx

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    A very stragre thing happened. i did as you told me and managed to loing via boot.ini, but ONLY for ONE time. the second time i tried to log i get the same message, but now instead of 9999999999999 i get 9A9A9A9A9A9A9A9

    do you know what's this?

    i found on the net that partition magic is not very good in moving linux partitions.

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    hm now i cannot unistall lilo with lilo -u, but linux suggests me using lilo -U instead.
    any ideas?

    it seems that i would have to reinstall it

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