Strange : when using "mount"
In Redhat 9.0.I use :
mount -t vfat /dev/hda1 /mnt/window
After that, It seems that C sector has been destoryed and can't use Win 2000 any more.
I use Win2000 disc to restart, but it can't recognize the format of C sector. And Win2000 can't be boot from Hard Disk.
I installed Redhat9.0 from HDD, under win2000 system. So, win2000 is in C:, and Redhat9.0 is in I : . They are in different sector.
When I installed Redhat, I chose " GRUB" , and then chose "Fist sector" , not " MBR" .
After the installation, every time I boot from harddisk, it always entered win2000. There were no choices for "win2000" or " Redhat" for me to choose. If I want to enter the Redhat system, I entered DOS first, then runned a file(yd.bat) ( This method is got from a chinese forum) . Then, I entered Redhat.
So, I think maybe there are something wrong when I installed Redhat. Maybe it's the problem of MBR or something else(But I don't know) .So, after mounting, this affected my 2000 system.
Besides, is the argument "-t vfat" right? is it suitable for win2000(FAT32)? or it can only be used for WinXP and Win9x?
I don't know what to do to solve this problem.
Why the command "mount -t vfat /dev/hda1 /mnt/window " has so much power to destroy my system?