i think your supposed to format the harddive after you fdisk,
at the a prompt try typing setup
Cavill is right.
First fdisk, then format. Restart, using your win boot disk. It will also load tools to a virtual drive (usually d which pushes your other drives to the next drive letter.
Example--If your cdrom was d: drive, it will be e: drive. So, at the a:\ prompt, you would type e:\setup.
Last edited by newclockr; 01-06-2002 at 01:52 PM.
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