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Well, I had to uninstall/departition linux on my hard drive a few days ago, for some strange reason. Now, I want to partition my hard drive again, so I can try all of your suggestions on fixing X Windows, but when I try to use the partitioning software that Red Hat came with, I can only get my second hard drive to go up to 39.4 megs; instead of approx 240 megs, like it used to go up to. I've installed a few pieces of software and stuff, but not much. Any suggestions?
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Take a look at your BIOS
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How do I do that?
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When your computer starts up it will ask you to press F1 or some other function key to start setup. IF you do that you can edit your BIOS. There is probley something in there aabout your problem.
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What should I look for when I do that?
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