Subject: Re: Weird booting error
To: Greywolf <email@example.com>
From: Yasir Malik <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 05/07/2003 12:38:35
Thank you for replying.
I don't have my laptop with me right now in school, but I think the
problem that I'm having has to do with NetBSD. You see, before I
installed NetBSD, I did not have any problems with my C: drive, i.e. the
check disk screen did not come up at all whenever I started the computer.
After I installed NetBSD, and booted the first time, and then logged off
and then booted Windows 2000, the check disk screen would come up. I
would scan the disk, and it would supposedly fix all the "errors." After
I rebooted Windows 2000 again, the check disk screen did not come up.
However, when I booted NetBSD, and then logged out and booted Windows
2000, the check disk screen would come up. Now, after I mounted the two
Windows partions onto the NetBSD file system, that error message I told
you about in the last email came up. There was no error in the D: drive,
the one without Windows 2000, though. I will tell you tomorrow if your
suggestion work. But should I reinstall NetBSD? Is there a way I can get
around the problem?