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1 Why does Windows NT give an error stating that there is no valid partition or hangs while formatting a partition?
2 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?
3 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?
4 Why does NT report that my drive has bad blocks during installation?
5 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?
6 What is meant when the system error "Setup did not find any hard drives on your computer" appears?
7 What is meant when I receive the error "Operating System not found" when inserting a boot disk?
8 What is happening if the system hangs after booting with the Install Disk?
9 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"?
10 My new 73 GB Cheetah runs fine under WinNT 4.0, but, Win95/98 FDISK only shows 4 GB.
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