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Old 08-27-2005, 11:23 PM   #1
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Question how to amount hda1 (win xp pro-ntfs) hda5 (data) and cdrom (cd-rw)

i have trouble with my slackware 10.0 cant amount hda1 and hda5? hda 1 is win xp pro with ntfs file structure and hda5 is the part of partition data? i have tried with bootable cd slackware with following the command bare.i blablablabla and failed with amount the ntfs partition? anyone help me please...
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what does your /etc/fstab say?
Old 08-30-2005, 03:45 AM   #3
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can`t find hda5 if i click hda5 or hda1 if i click hda1! its only i remember? how to fixed it i cant access my hda1 or hda5 from slackware! please help me i still confused, need respon as soon! thanks pale...


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