Re: Lost linux partition
It ain't destroyed first off. Get your boot diskette out (you DID build a
boot diskette right!). Boot on it, and rerun lilo. Should get you back on
dualboot in seconds. If you don't have your boot diskette, fetch
toms root boot ... I just checked my local archives, and for whatever
reason, I don't have the URL for your, but it totally rocks. Let me know
if you simply can't find it - I burned it on a cd here somewhere.
On Thursday 01 March 2001 07:06, #KUNDAN KUMAR# wrote:
> dear all,
> My system is (was) dual boot with debian on a partition of 5 Mb and
> windows on the other 13 Mb. Everything was working fine till I ran the
> norton-antivirus on a file. NAV reported that the boot partition has been
> changed and this is a virus like activity. I was just out of mind and asked
> it to repair... which led to distruction of the last partition table. Now
> the debian can't boot.....
> What can I do, how can i regain the last partition table? Any help will be
> greatly appreciated....
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