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Ok, Mandrake is finaly on my system and working right. -->sensery overload<-- The very first thing I want to do (before I find about 11 million ways to crash mandrake ...
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    trasfering files from Windows to Mandrake


    Ok, Mandrake is finaly on my system and working right. -->sensery overload<-- The very first thing I want to do (before I find about 11 million ways to crash mandrake into the ground ) is move my picture, video and music files to Linux. Is there any easy way to do this?

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    I believe if you go to /mnt/ and open the /mnt/hda1/ or /mnt/hdb1/ you will be in your windows partition, so just open up /home/user name/ and transfer what you want. This is the easiest way I can think of right now.

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    I feel like an idiot....

    Right after I posted my question I did some exploreing and found it out on my own. Its so simple! I thought I would have to convert files or something. Mandrake is turning out to be alot easyer then I thought

    Thanx for your help. Even though I am a complete moron and ask questions before I think.

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