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Old 09-30-2004, 04:06 AM   #16
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Here is the (happy) end of story.

Being afraid to loose the information from the disc - I took the HD away from Linux machine, put it to the Windows one.
With the free program R-Linux ( I restored all files to the spare HD.

Then I could breeze.

And after all of it I used efschk ( as Fedore suggested ) and everything has been restored.

a) Even for experient users Linux in the beginnig looks very dangerous
b) More dangerous than it is


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