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Old 12-27-2004, 03:01 PM   #1
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How do you mount a XP partition inside Virtual PC?

first of all instead of making that partition for Mandrake i've decided to use microsoft virtual pc to emulate one until i get familiar with it and brave enough to install it the proper way(plus this saves me from tons of rebooting back and forth since i'm still struggling in the command prompt, and i need internet access to find linux answers all the time.), but now i have encounter this "mandrake can't load Xwindow/drake/etc. GUI with Nvidia card" problem(which is a whole new story that can be read in mandrake section.), so i have downloaded the linux driver but the problem is: how can i mount/access my FAT32 partition(which my virtual mandrake is in) so i can install the driver? plus i don't even know how to access floppy/cd-rom from the command prompt yet, and net access? LOL
any help is sincerely appreciated. ^^;


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