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I'm new to linux and I've just installed Suse linux 9.1 on my system to dual-boot with my windows 2000. But, I cant see the windows partition nor the files. ...
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    Need help veiwing my windows partition


    I'm new to linux and I've just installed Suse linux 9.1 on my system to dual-boot with my windows 2000. But, I cant see the windows partition nor the files. My colleague that did the same can see the CD and windows as the two drives in My Computer, while i see only CD and Floppy as my two drives.

    Also, if my colleague connects a floppy to his system, he cant see it in drives.
    I'm wondering, is it that Linux would only recognise 2 drives or what?

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    you can also edit your /etc/fstab file manually.there you can configure all your hard drives to ve mounted on start-up.here is a helpful link:
    http://www.tuxfiles.org/linuxhelp/fstab.html
    have fun!!
    Linux For Ever!

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