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    Thank You to everybody that help out changing that file worked great.

    again thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by beachboy
    Thank You to everybody that help out changing that file worked great.
    That's great, beachboy. Was the problem with the "root=/dev/hdxn" or with "###disk=100000" like Riqz85 had?
    /IMHO
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    Beachboy told me that it was the #s in there.
    The # sign was in 3 different locations. They all had to be taken out.

    For those of you wondering, beachboy lives about 25 miles from my house and works with me in my computer repair business.
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    Quote Originally Posted by budman7
    For those of you wondering, beachboy lives about 25 miles from my house and works with me in my computer repair business.
    Cool. Linux pals. So what's with the #'s? Any clue?
    /IMHO
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    Yes it was drakebasher

    Was the problem with the "root=/dev/hdxn" or with "###disk=100000" like Riqz85 had?

    I changed the ### to ram and it worked fine

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    Quote Originally Posted by beachboy
    Yes it was drakebasher

    Was the problem with the "root=/dev/hdxn" or with "###disk=100000" like Riqz85 had?

    I changed the ### to ram and it worked fine
    HOLY CRAP!!

    Well this was the identical same issue I JUST had, actually, this thread came up when I searched the error message.

    mine said "### isk" on the line, changed it to ramdisk, viola!

    Works now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riqz85
    ii think linux is really all trial and error. But trial and error actually works on linux...unlike windows where trial and error brings to doom and death
    Can't agree better.I am a noob in Linux and already learning at good speed.Have also learnt to build own kernel too....Will be shifting more to Linux as i simply hate the BSOD.

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