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Crush Hard Drive

by camilojr / February 24, 2005 2:12 PM PST

I had just a new hard disk, installed new WindowsXP2005,I am starting to install Red Hat 10, Fedora Core...when it started to installed the packages, it suddenly hangs, the only option is to off...

When I power up the computer, it did not any rescue CD or bootable CD...not even windowsXP...

Does my hard drive crush or damaged?


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Why would you think that?
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / February 24, 2005 9:30 PM PST
In reply to: Crush Hard Drive

PCs need repair all the time it seems when this happens, but your post ignored the forum tip so you are left with what may be what you don't want to read.

In short, fix or get your PC repaired and try again. NOTHING in your post gives enough clues for someone to tell you what to do next.


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by camilojr / February 25, 2005 8:05 PM PST

Bob, Thanks I have solve that little problem, after 2 hrs. of searching solution I found one to repair the MBR.... a software called super fdisk and run at win98

I am now starting to load Fedora Core 3


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