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  1. Sridhar_Rao

    Partition issue

    When I got my Desktop assembled by a vendor, he partitioned the hard drive such that I had both Linux as well as windows as OS. I am not sure but I must have set aside 5-6 GB for linux and the rest for windows. I have three (I guess logical) partitions that is visible in windows C: D: and E:. I...
  2. P

    Is It True????

    hey, i heard from a friend of mine that roaming charges can be avoided by changing the service center number... (sounds logical to me!!!) but will it work?? by the way can anyone give me the service center number (airtel) of either delhi or chandigarh???
  3. A

    Restart Problem

    Hi friends I generally keep my notebook in hibernation. One day i dont knw what hapnd, my frnd lifted it to put it in charging when he plugged it in, the comp got restarted n ever since then whenever i restart my laptop, scandisk runs everytime saying that volume on G: is dirty. I have divided...
  4. A

    Data Execution Prevention

    Hi frnds I have a Dell Inspiron Laptop with Intel core duo processor @ 1.66, 1 GB ram, 80GB SATA 7200 HDD running XP Media Centre SP2. I have partioned my HDD in 3 Primary and 1 Logical partition.I also have an always on net connection with latest updates of Avast and Spybot and others and i...
  5. H

    Logical disk manager problem

    hi In the device manager under system device my computer is showing an exclamation mark before Logical disk manager and in its properties it is showing this "Windows cannot start this hardware device because its configuration information (in the registry) is incomplete or damaged. (Code 19)"...
  6. S

    Drive recovery..

    Hello! everybody, I have a Seagate 40GB Hard disk with 4 partitions, each of which is approx 10GB. Now, recently, I installed LINUX onto my E: But then , I wished 2 remove it. In the OPEN SOURCE forum, I was advised by someone to go to the LOGICAL DISK MANAGER (in WINDOWS XP) and delete the...
  7. swatkat

    [Guide] Operating System Boot Process.

    :arrow: Hard Disk and Partitions:- Partitioning is a process of dividing the Hard disk into several chunks, and use any one of the partition to install OS or use two or more partitions to install multiple OSes. But you can always have one partition, and use up the entire Hard disk space to...
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