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New to Mandrake10.......after reinstalling Winduhs XP,my Linux CD's do not boot on start up. Before I redid Winduhs everything worked perfect.
Now when I try booting the install cd's they fail to boot.I've tried making a boot disk with rawwritewin and rawrite in dos, none of them seem to work no matter what is done. HOW can I get this to work after reinstalling Winduhs XP.
I am trying to install Mandrake 10 on a seperate h/d,before I had LINUX and winduhs on same h/d,would this make a difference????
Tryin' to gits away frum WINDUHS............
I've had cdroms setup in cmos, I've tried disk2 and disk3,but nuttin' werks. I've even d/l'ed acopy of "cdrom.img" but found out it was a newer version.
I'm doing this all with "Mandrake 10 Community Edition" if that helps.