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kajm
post Mar 14 2009, 07:33 AM
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Hi All,

I needed to install Fedora Core 2 as an alternative operating system. Its so old that my hard drive did not recognise it so I downloaded Fedora 10 and excepted the default settings in installation and to my horror I no longer have Vista! I'm most certainly freaking out as I did not receive Vista installation CDs since it was already installed . I tried booting from the factory default disks I made but they failed.
What do I do????
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rickymartin4545
post Dec 7 2010, 02:53 PM
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Hi All,

I needed to install Fedora Core 2 as an alternative operating system. Its so old that my hard drive did not recognise it so I downloaded Fedora 10 and excepted the default settings in installation and to my horror I no longer have Vista! I'm most certainly freaking out as I did not receive Vista installation CDs since it was already installed . I tried booting from the factory default disks I made but they failed.
What do I do????

Difficult to say at the moment. Does SuSE boot successfully?
Are there any restore partitions?

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