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On Xp Install - No Disk Detected?


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#1 Dizzybro

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Posted 28 December 2006 - 10:16 PM

alright i had ubuntu and xp dual booting and then i decided to try and get my mic working by reinstalling xp, but i couldn't find the disk cause of ubuntu so i used DBAN to erase everything and i can make partitions and whatnot in gparted and thats all fine but still when i go to install XP i get a "cant find disk" error.


what do i do?

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Posted 28 December 2006 - 11:21 PM

this should be in the windows XP forums.

btw i have no experience dual-booting so i cant tell you much...

try booting the comp with windows XP (i dont know if u r installing it from ubuntu or from boot)

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Posted 29 December 2006 - 08:48 AM

no - DBAN erased everything - completeley wiped it out.

i made 3 partitions (~50 gigs each, all nfts) and still they are undetected.


the reason i put this in here is becasue my HD is hardware. and thats what i am having trouble with




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