No buddy.... nothing of that sort installed... No virtual drive, no Nero ( no burner rather )....
Its a brand new machine which has come pre-installed with Win XP Pro with SP2.
The problem started when I partitioned the 80 GB HDD.
Guys I just noticed something funny !!!!!
If I change my drive letter to F or G or anything other than E, the OS has no problems detecting the partition after a restart.
Somehow it shows some allergy only to the letter E.
I first tried Ashootosh' method by assigning a drive letter to the partition using Partition Magic. But it didnt work as expected. Btw Ashootosh, I have only one OS loaded i.e Win XP.
Next I tried Curvenger's method of hiding and unhiding. But guys this too has not worked.
I've a PIV 2.8 GHz with 512MB RAM and 80GB HDD, running Win XP SP2.
I partitioned my harddisk into 3 partitions.
But whenever I start my PC I can see only 2 partitions C & D. I then have to go to Computer Management in the control panel and assign a drive letter (E) to the third partition...
I havent removed DirectX 9 as yet.
But Ujjwal, we cant blame Winamp coz even Windows Media Palyer doesn't work. Well the soundcard drivers are all installed well. The system doesnt show any conflicts in that respect. And mplayer working fine just gives a proof that the sound drivers...
Hello ppl :D ,
I've got a P II, and I've been using it for the last 6 years....
Recently I bought a new P IV so thought of cleaning up my P II and using it for some light weight use.
I formatted my PC and re-installed the good old Windows 98.
And then thought of installing the normal...