Re: Slow Win2k after Debian install
> One thing you may want to try is to use W2K's disk management
> tools to delete the last partitioan, i.e. G:, then reboot
> so that it is no longer recognized as drive G: in Windows.
> That should clear up the problem with Explorer trying to
> read the G: drive.
This won't affect the debian data on G:? I'll try it after the base
install. It's very annoying having to deal with this kind of thing from
windows, i guess it knows i'm trying to ditch it and is playing the jealous
lover (stalker, more like!)