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ive really done it this time
i know when i put fedora on here i like used both hard drives..so i wonder if that has something to do with it?
It's just your computer's way of telling you that it doesn't like windows. You should obey itStumbling around the 'net:
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- Oct 2004
This happened to me too at one point. Windows does not like linux partitions for some reason. I got it to work by wiping the disk with zeros then trying to install windows.
boot up with the first fedora core cd, and enter linux rescue at the prompt. when it asks if you want to search for an existing installation of fedora, choose skip. at the shell prompt, enter the following:Code:
dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/hdX
once the command finishes, you will have a fresh drive.
note that this will destroy any and all data on the drive so be sure to make a backup before hand.
You said you wanted to install Windows again
Do you have a unformatted partition ready for it to go into at the beginning of the drive.
It is not necessary to do a low-level format on any partition.
Don't forget that after reinstalling Windows, you will need to reinstall Grub.
if it hangs it could be corrupted MBR. A simple HD utility may solve the problem. Even
Don't worry, it's not hard to fixPTL x10 Hallelujah!
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