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Distribution: Ubuntu 10.04 , Linux Mint Debian Edition , Microsoft Windows 7
Originally Posted by EDDY1
When you got to minwinsxp open HBCD menu there are a lot of useful tools.
Not only that but it can boot most os'es.
yes , too bad they don't have some kind of explanation ... so you need to make xp detect the wireless and connect to the net using the opera browser (i saw it has it in the hbcd menu) to get the explanations online ..
yea gparted is nice but how can it help you when you try to rescue your computer ... ofcourse it could help by deleting and formating partitions but ... (the only thing that comes to mind is shrink a partition and make another to save important data there )