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Old 11-24-2002, 02:53 PM   #1
Nefarious
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Red Hat 8.0 Major Problem!!!!!! Please Help


I partioned my drive using Partition Magic. I then Installed Red Hat 8.0 and now when i boot up I am not able to get to Windows XP!!! Can any one tell me what to do help me please!!!!! When i reboot it just loads up into Linux... When I boot up it does not show 2 operating systems.... All it does is load up Linux?!?! PLEASE HELP ME

I poped in my HP recovery disks that reformat the drive and load up what my computer origionally came with and it gives me an error stating that there is no c drive or some thing!!! And then it Aborted the Recovery! OMFG this is pissing me off and i have no clue what to do or how to do it!!! Some 1 please help me!!!! PLEASE

 
  


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