By doing that won’t it destroy my data on my primary boot partion that has
the dynamic drive overlay.
Also I thought the boot disk would solve my problem. I tried booting with
the qnx bootdisk and guess what same problem can’t find packages. It is
still looking for the file system on /dev/cd0 when it is on /dev/hd1.
Hmm how come I keep getting the same problem.
“phearbear” <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
Previously, MmmGarlic wrote in qdn.public.qnxrtp.newuser:
Sorry I worked out what should be the problem I have the Ontrack Dynamic
Drive Overlay installed and on the qnx web page it says qnx won’t work
Does anyone know how to uninstall this as I installed it to get my 8.4gb
hard drive to work on my 486. Now im running a 667 Celeron and don’t
it anymore. I’m looking for a way to remove it without destroying my
Thanks Daniel (MmmGarlic)
“MmmGarlic” <> email@example.com> > wrote in message
news:9366mh$5ku$> firstname.lastname@example.org> …
I have had the same problem as many people when trying to boot in to
says can not find packages. It is on my primary partion so I knew that
wasn’t my problem. After reading some of the other posts when qnx was
booting I pressed space and choose option 6: be verbose. After I did
showed that it was looking on /dev/cd0 for the file system files when
should have been looking at /dev/hd1. How can I fix this so qnx sees
should be loading from /dev/hd1.
you just need to get a bootdisk with some good partition manager /
alternative get Partition Magic or similar for windows, but the cheapest
solution would probably be to download a bootdisk from some linux dist
(debian) and remove the partition from there, and create a windows(or what
you want) partition from there.