My drive hidden in one vista basic & can be accessed in fedora10
I have installed fedora10 after vistai.e. both are working,after some days one drive can be seen in fedora10 but not in vista basic os ,what i have to do for accessing that dive in vista,it is invisible in vista,i have done some changes in system but i am not suuccesful,i have done restore system procces, tell me some way
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did you upgrade to vista and then computer won't boot?. your computer may have not met the hardware requirements which lead to this result.
I would try to save the files by taking the hd out and slave/enclosure install it another machine in order to save the files you need to keep, an alternative solution is to do the same with a usb hd and a live knopixx cd.
once you have saved your files out of the current hd, I would try to fresh install of the operating system assuming that you do have hardware to support the installation.
some computer may not provide a boot or recovery cd but a hidden partition to restore your original installation from or some times even repair the installation. find out on your computer manufacturer's website the recovery methods or a way to purchase recovery cd's (if no hidden partition). if you do have a hidden partition, your computer manufacturer should provide a manual online to access that partition at startup.
NO . NT user file is you . One likely was for Vista home and the other for Vista ultimate as I am guessing you updated and didn't but a complete product. why woudl you? Ignore them but dont delete them.
The e-recovery software is used to access the 10GB hidden partition on the original drive, for recovery. Therefore a new drive doesn't have the 10GB Backup files for the system. Since the hidden drive is not there, the software can't access the hidden partition, therefore, the software will not install because there is no need for it.