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Old 04-01-2003, 08:39 PM   #1
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mandrake hard disk installation from image

Tried installing mandrake from hard disk. During installation, I was prompted for the location of the image, and I pointed it out, and installation went ok. During middle of the installation, I was prompted again that there are missing files, and whether I would like to continue. I think this is because it can't find the second installation image on the same partition. Is there a proper naming scheme? Or should I type 2 filenames during the initial prompt?

My image filename is mandrake921.iso and the second file is mandrake922.iso

Please help. Thanks.


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