Is it possible to restore partition data after command:
hda1 was Windows (FAT32) partition before.
I found a FAT restore procedure in Linux Partiton HOWTO, but we need
to restore FAT32 partition...
> hda1 was Windows (FAT32) partition before.
> I found a FAT restore procedure in Linux Partiton HOWTO, but we need
> to restore FAT32 partition...
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> If you have a backup yes.... you do have a backup, don't you?
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I have a laptop on which I have two partitions. One is Linux mandrake
and the other windows me. I was getting blue screens for windows(not
sure if you could get them in linux) so I decided to use the restore
cdrom to restore all the system files. After the restore windows me
worked fine, but something has happened to linux mandrake. I have also
upgraded win ME to windows xp now. Mandrake boots fine. But at regular
intervals, the laptop turns itself off. This is from the moment I
select linux at lilo. The fan powers down, I assume, because I can't
hear the whirring noises anymore. If I press enter, the laptop turns
itself on and picks up where it left off (i.e, continues booting etc).
If I press clrl-alt-F1 at the login screen, the input from keyboard is
not displayed properly on the screen. For example, the shift button
seems to be active so all alphabets are in capital and i get ! instead
of a 1 for example. Please help