Please, login as root and run the comand "mount", then show us the
standar output AND the /etc/fstab file. Tell us which is the file
systems that you have used on new disk partitions (VFAT, EXT2/3, NTFS,
UFS, REISERFS, etc).
On Jan 25, 2008 4:13 PM, Pantor <email@example.com
> Pantor wrote:
>> KS wrote:
>>> Pantor wrote:
>>>> would you be able to advice please, how to install a second
>>>> which have preinstalled Windows. PC booting Windows after hard
>>>> been plugged in. Windows should be cleared, but how thee
>>>> Thank you,
>>> I would just connect the hard disk and boot. My new/old hard
>>> been detected without a hitch when booting. Then comes the
use of a
>>> partitioning tool like cfdisk, fdisk, etc. and after that you
>>> mkfs to create the file system. If you like using the GUI more,
>>> gparted or qtparted and use that to partition and format the
>> If to boot then windows will boot. Gparted
>> > 89-125-103-244:/home/andrius# gparted
>>> libparted : 1.7.1
>>> automounting disabled
>>> Unable to open /dev/hda read-write (Read-only file system).
>>> has been opened read-only.
>>> Unable to open /dev/hda - unrecognised disk label.
> Where do you have Debian installed? /dev/hdb? Where did you
> Grub? You need to give more details about your setup.
Debian installed on sda,
New disk hdc installed and partitioned, but still not visible in
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