I can tell you exactly what it means.
It means that when you 'shut Windows down', it hasn't really shut down; it's hibernating instead. Because of this, the OS is, to all intents and purposes, still 'mounted'.....and therefore inaccessible to Linux.
Linux needs to mount it in its own way to be able to read it, or make changes to it.....and to do so, it needs to start from the 'unmounted' state. Any Linux distro can read from, or write to, the Windows NTFS file-system. Windows, on the other hand, refuses to recognise anything except itself. Or FAT32-formatted external drives. If you present Windows with a Linux-formatted file-system, it doesn't even 'see' it.
As far as Windows is concerned, it's the centre of the universe. Why would you want to use anything else?
This is why you get that message. Linux has attempted to mount the Windows partition, and failed.....because Windows hasn't fully shut down.
It doesn't affect the way Puppy runs.
Now, then; Chrome.
Grab yourself a copy of this from my MediaFire cloud account:-
This is the newest version of Chrome you'll be able to run on Tahrpup.....because even though you've got a 64-bit CPU, you're running a 32-bit operating system. You can't run 64-bit packages on a 32-bit system, I'm afraid.....which limits you to this final 32-bit version. Google quit producing a 32-bit Chrome after this release; they only produce 64-bit versions now.
This version is perfectly OK to use; I use it myself. I'm posting from it now, in fact.
To access it, click the 'files' icon on the desktop (top left corner). This opens ROX at your 'home' folder, which for Puppy is /root. Open your Downloads folder, and the Chrome .pet package should be there. Click on it once (no double-clicks in Puppy, only single-clicks); you'll be asked if you want to install the package. Click 'Yes', and it will install itself. It won't take long, either.
Before you use it for the first time, make sure PepperFlash (Flash Player) is up-to-date. I produce .pet packages to keep this up-to-date for the community. Download the Chrome 32-bit Pepper .pet from here:-
This is the newest version. Again; into your Downloads folder, click to install.
Now, you can launch Chrome. Menu->Internet->Chrome browser.
Edited by Mike_Walsh, 08 September 2017 - 03:38 PM.
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