Nothing I've found so far has been able to enlarge the HPFS partition, or for that matter even add another partition without wiping out the contents of the drive. Article ID=17547 Friday, March 6, 2009 Send mac games news to: [email protected] Tap Update Drops Mac Support AM | Cord Kruse | 2 comments A recent Game Tap blog has revealed upcoming changes to the online gaming service.
(This is very frustrating since this is a trivial operation in Linux and Windows.) Obviously the worst-case scenario here is to just bite the bullet and reload everything from scratch to make use of the entire drive, but we are trying to avoid that! In the coming weeks Game Tap will offer a re-designed website, improved digital store, and a new plug-in to replace the old Game Tap player.
It mus...bootable floppy which can boot a CD in systems without CD-Boot support Anyone have a pointer to this utility?
I've googled and searched the usual suspects, but I can't find it.
it formats in NTFS and copies files and installs XP.... For walk-in interview contact in office timings (-) Mr.
The one thing I noticed was during the repartition / reformat, it was... Asim Khan [email protected] 0333-2178468 Thanks & Regards ... I'll preface this by saying I am not a Mac expert by any stretch of the imagination.
Unless you exercised your curiosity, you maybe didn't realize that you had a SYS command.
That, and two more files, are enough to get you my Boot Manager.
What's the "correct way" to install 'boot' where it is needed (which I believe is in /boot/boot)?
G4 400 MHz 256 MB RAM [512 MB w/ virtual mem] ATI Radeon [32 Meg; older model] will upgrade to latest version of OS-X Billy Harris order, but Apple claims it won't arrive until... Well I just put a clean copy of XP back on the first 20 because I switched motherboard and processor, a fantastic upgrade from a PIII 450 on an AOPEN AX6BC to an Athlon XP 2500 on an ASUS A7N8X.
In the process of laying XP back down, I booted from the XP CD, deleted the 20 GB partition, and then told it to go to work....
You can, with a lot of work, look inside this partition and see what's on it, but it's not worth it: you'll never have to worry about it. -- I'm trying a new usenet client for Mac, Nemo OS X, since 0 days. The Recovery Partition is not updated and you don't (and probably can't) update it...
But then it added,"Updating boot support partitions for the volume as required." I've never seen that before. If i just do a Verify Disk, it says the disk appears to be OK but doesn't add the bit about boot support partitions. It's this second area that that message is talking about.
But the System really includes another two areas for data on the drive.