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my problem is that I can't access the FAT32 partition of my Hard disk. Redhat 8 doesn't recognise it at all, while Mandrake 8, recognises it automatically. Does anyone know what happens, and what I can do to fix it?
I haven't tried anything. I just remember Mandrake 8, when I had it installed, and the FAT32 partition was automatically mounted and I could use it after the installation without to do anything. Now, when I get in the /mnt directory, I only find my 2 cd-roms and my floppy, but not the fat32 partition. That's all.
Originally posted by acid_kewpie well how are you trying to mount them? do you have a fast32 entry? if so, what does it say? what else have you tired? what has not worked?
please try and provide more iformation in your posts.
Originally posted by kapsopod I haven't tried anything. I just remember Mandrake 8, when I had it installed, and the FAT32 partition was automatically mounted and I could use it after the installation without to do anything. Now, when I get in the /mnt directory, I only find my 2 cd-roms and my floppy, but not the fat32 partition. That's all.
saying the same words in a slightly different order really isn't much use.