Linux partioned drive won't work.
When I was installing Red Hat 6.2, I chose the option to reformat my partition as a linux partition. Then when it was ready to install, it formatted my partition but it wouldn't install because the drive wasn't big enough(it's kind of old, but still works). I only had one partition on the drive, and now it's linux formatted. My computer won't recognize it when it boots, and I can't reformat because the computer doesn't think it exists. What do I do? :?: :(
linux created an imaginary drive
i tried installing redhat enterprise in my slave IDE harddisk. some problem occured and the install didnt happen. this left an imaginary drive in my master sata disk on which i use XP, now this drive when clicked shows incorrect parameter. this has resulted in corruption of some file and iam not able to access my c:. the window closes down automatically.. now plzzzzz provide a solution to this.. i tried fixing the MBR etc.. but a waste of time it was... the problem still lags..