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#106
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Ok...the ME startup didn't partition the drive properly...let's do it with the Win98 disk.

Reboot and once at the A:\ prompt, type fdisk

Sorry to have to do this all again, but I smell success this time... :tazz:
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I just need to go out for 30 minutes or so to collect my wife from college and then Ill be back and will try again
Roger
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I'm back
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Have you done the reboot and typed fdisk?
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Have rebooted, typed fdisk at the a prompt
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Press ENTER and then press ENTER again to accept "Enable large disk support"

Delete the Primary DOS partition...option 3 ENTER
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Then option 1 ENTER
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OK have done that
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Ok...

If you are on the screen with the flashing "Warning", make sure 1 is in the brackets ([1]) and press ENTER
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ok
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ENTER again (there should be no Volume Label)

Then type Y ENTER (Are you sure prompt)

Edited by wannabe1, 18 January 2006 - 04:01 PM.

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OK
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Press Esc to return to the Fdisk screen
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ok
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Select option 1 to Create Primary DOS Partition and press ENTER
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