If all you've done is tried to mount the FAT partition, check the mount point.
Boot into linux as normal. Login (or su) as root and edit the file /etc/fstab. Comment out the FAT mount point, save the file and reboot.
If this is the problem, create a different directory to mount the FAT partitiion to (say /mount/windows1) from the default, and put this in the entry in /etc/fstab)
Let me know if this works...
Last edited by davee; 09-11-2003 at 04:17 AM.