While installing this into my system on my #2 HD (with no partitions installed), Druid changed the partition table of HD #1 and split the C partiton and corrupted the table. Redhat's fdisk and druid will not read the HD#1's partition table, and DOS fdisk can not rejoin the partition. How do I repair the HD#1's table without loosing the information on it? I am currently running Windows 98 on C-Drive and was installing Redhat Deluxe 5.2 on the D-Drive (different drive). My BIOS has the ability of booting to either IDE-0 or IDE-1. The DOS FDISK shows 1 DOS and two extended DOS partitions.