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Why does Windows NT give an error stating that there is no valid partition or hangs while formatting a partition?
Why does the setup disk not boot and the error message "NT cannot find the temporary directory created by the first part of Setup" appear?
Why does NT say the drive is full when there is free disk space during the conversion of the file system during the installation on a previously partitioned drive?
Why does NT report that my drive has bad blocks during installation?
Why after removing the third setup disk from my computer and rebooting, does a blue screen saying "STOP 0x0000007b Inaccessible Boot Device" or "0x4,0,0,0" appear and the Setup locks?
What is meant when the system error "Setup did not find any hard drives on your computer" appears?
What is meant when I receive the error "Operating System not found" when inserting a boot disk?
What is happening if the system hangs after booting with the Install Disk?
What is determined when the drive is functional and holds a primary partition, and the setup program checks hardware and alerts that "no mass storage devices were found"?
My new 73 GB Cheetah runs fine under WinNT 4.0, but, Win95/98 FDISK only shows 4 GB.
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