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09-28-2002, 03:35 PM
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Um, problem with computer. My comp runs fine. I just got my 80 gig hD back today and I set it up as slave. (B?C I'm still running everything off of my 20 gig. Anyways, when I go in to set up a dos partition on it it won't find it. Although I can go into change active Dos partition drive and I can switch it over to it. Also, the bios recognizes it fine but windows won't yyet because there's no dos partition. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Do you know about FDISK in MS-DOS
You can use this to make, delete, manege partitions
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Try http://www.freedos.org for all your DOS needs.
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