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install w2k

Posted on 2000-03-16
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i want to install win 2000 in my computer.
But after make and format the partition, computer couldn't reboot to continue the installation.
the error message is:
"invalid partition table"

i wonder why...but it worked without problem when i used win 98

thanks before
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Question by:leo_unics
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by:Lermitte
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Use Fdisk /mbr to resolve this problem.

Mario
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by:Asta Cu
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listening
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demaddin earned 20 total points
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check for boot sector viruses!!
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by:leo_unics
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thank you for your help
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