I have a Acer Aspire 1360 with windows pre loaded,then i put linux on it, this partitioned the hard drive. This has reduced my memory, i don't need linux anymore but now i need more storage so, i followed some instruction to un-partition the hard drive and all was well, until i restarted it and now all i get is the Acer white screen loading and then it goes staight to a black screen with.
GRUB Loading stage1.5
GRUB Loading, please wait... Error 22 _
PLEASE HELP ME GET BACK TO WINDOWS!!!!!!!!!! I need to get to my files. many thanks ALAN BATES
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take it back to store. basically a hidden, but unremovable partition is causing the xp bootup. It happened to me aswell. They will probably give you a replacement as it is an unfixable problem. Even with new hard drive didnt fix it. Sorry about that.
My guess is that when installing XP the option to format using NTFS was accepted. You should get a (Windows 98) DOS start floppy/CD and re-partion and format the drive before booting Linux install from CD/DVD
Unless I am mistaken, the D drive or partition is the partition that contains the restore feature for yor laptop. This may or may not be hidden system files. As far as the available free space on your C drive, you WILL need to either delete files and/or backup and delete files. Image files, music files, cookies temp files take up a lot of disk space. Try this and I think you will find more free space. BPCS
If your Wundows vista is a full install program you should have deleted and created the partion then formatted the new partition before installing windows vista. Try this again if you hard drive is stuffed you will need a new one Im afraid but windows vista will tell you this before it installs itself.
1. find a windows start up disk and reformat your hard drive.
2. Use a Windows CD (Genuine) and start your system from the CD and follow the prompts.
3. Using pirated Windows will cause all kinds of problems with updates, etc.
4. Use a GENUINE Windows CD and you'll be a lot happier.