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Originally Posted by comical ali (looks like me linux days are over b4 they started eh? fricking newbie or what!) Going to stick with the ol' blue screen of death, ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by comical ali
    (looks like me linux days are over b4 they started eh? fricking newbie or what!)
    Going to stick with the ol' blue screen of death, eh?

    While I'm glad to see things worked out okay this time <very happy> can I suggest you at least think about starting a regular backup schedule to safeguard yourself in future? Don't be like me and wait till you have a REAL disk-crash (a physically destroyed lap-top - crying) before you learn the lesson.

    I'll look forward to seeing you next time... <morbid chuckle>
    Muz

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    thanks boss. advice taken, lessons learnt.

    p.s the blue screen of death is a thing of beauty 2 me right now; anything but the black screen from hell!

    cheesy grin:

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    BSOD is just a screensaver on Linux powered machines
    I\'m so tired .....
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    comical ali wrote:
    p.s the blue screen of death is a thing of beauty 2 me right now; anything but the black screen from hell!

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    You could try sysresccd.org this is a knoppix based distro but has some handy tools for partitions etc etc

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    try this..reconnect your hard drive...so that when windows reboot windows refresh its hardware...u gonna do this few times..bcoz windows is as we know is crazy.. then dual boot to linux...

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