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Old 09-29-2003, 06:58 AM   #1
kjsubbu
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Installations bigger then 40 gb harddisk


Hi to all
am installed redhat linux 7.3 in windows 2000 pro with 40 gb hdd system . delate last partion & installed redhat linux with /boot partion . i installed sucessfully but WHEN THE PC IS RESTARTED AFTER THE INSTALLATIONS ITS BOOT UP ONLY 2000
LINUX IS NOT BOOTING.



WHAT THE PROBLEM IS GOING ON . PL TELL ME.
 
  


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