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I booted a live cd, my slack partitions, or more easily, all of hdd is completely stuffed, I'm just gonna get a new computer, as someone told me "it's an ...
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- 01-28-2006 #11
I booted a live cd, my slack partitions, or more easily, all of hdd is completely stuffed, I'm just gonna get a new computer, as someone told me "it's an ageing piece of toilet paper" D:
So, yeah, googbye piece of crap, i won't be using linux till i get enough money for a new computer, so =(
- 01-28-2006 #12
- Join Date
- Jun 2005
giving up wont help at all
get the slax livecd , use memtest86 on it to test your RAM - for twenty four hours
if it has a problem , its duff RAM, at least you'll actually know then
if its a software problem, just bite the bullet and reinstall everything, if you partitioned with this in mind in the first place , you might have your data on a seperate partition anyway. no problem.
diagnose the hardware problem, or reinstall the software
theres no need for you to give up on your pc, and linux, at all just yet.
- 02-04-2006 #13
Originally Posted by kern
- Join Date
- Feb 2006
He removed a CD drive - did he change the IDE wire or change master/slave settings. Is the drive in cable select mode? Sounds like a rewiring issue - check your master slave setups for each hard drive.