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March 27th, 2002, 22:17
I currently have 2 partitons on my 6GB HDD, a 2GB one for Windows and programs and a 4GB one for documents. I have lost the CD Key for the partitioning software:(
So how would I be able to install Mandrake Linux into my current setup?
March 27th, 2002, 22:19
dont install linux on a partition just dont, you can screw up windows :mad:
if you do its free for all, and also dont forget to fdisk /mbr when your done with linux :confused2
March 27th, 2002, 22:22
I want to create a ne wpartition in fdisk or use the partitioning thing in the mandrake installer.
March 27th, 2002, 22:34
what os you use now? i have a few pcs with these OS so ill look what i can do for you, i own 98, 2k, xp and win me... winme isnt loaded on a pc because i hate it but i have an extra pc i can load on it
btw not my fault if you get screwed over for putting linux on the same partition, trust me i learned the hard way
March 27th, 2002, 22:56
I currently have 98
March 27th, 2002, 22:59
hold on, let me boot up my win98 CPU and see what i can do
ugh, ----.. my moniter wont work on the 98 cpu for some reason, sorry man
March 28th, 2002, 21:13
defrag your windows drive and use diskdrake (comes with mandrake) to resize and partion you old windows (none of your windows data will be lost)
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