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Carling999

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Hi!
I just tried to format my computer and then reinstall windows, but when i booted with the windows CD in it didn't find any harddisks. My computer (and harddisks) work fine in windows. I have formatted my computer a couple of times before but not since I bought a new mothercard, processor, graphics card and memory.

My computer:
Intel Pentium 4 3,2 GHz
Asus P5GD1 mothercard
Sapphire X600 XT 256Mb PCI-E Vivo
Twimos 512Mb DDR400
Hitachi Deskstar 7K250 80GB
Samsung SP1604N 160GB
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gerryf

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Did you install norton's utilities--norton goback, or any disk imaging program?
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hmm... no norton programs exept firewall. But i have Daemon-tools on my computer, but I had it before i bought new parts to.
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HEEEEEELP
my computer works just fine now but i would really like to format it.... ;)

I thought i could maybe try ti install linux and then reinsatll windows in linux... maybe that's just crazy, but i'm out of ideas! :tazz:
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