From: Julian Thomas (jt_at_epix.net)
Date: Mon Apr 10 2000 - 12:19:22 EDT
I have a venerable but serviceable 755CE to which I am in the process of
doing a major software upgrade. It used to be dual boot, warp 3 with IAK
and DOS/Win 31. I've attacked it with Partition Magic to:
a. remove boot mgr and the DOS partition (and then I expanded the HPFS C
partition to fill the space)
b. Converted the D partition from FAT to HPFS.
This was a BIG TIME mistake - it seems that the hibernation file is
written to that partition, and the HPFS file system is currently lacking a
root directory (CHKDSK /F:2 is churning away as I type, but I'm not sure
that much is going to be recovered).
So now (or after I reformat) I will have HPFS C, D, and E. What do I do
about a hibernation file in this setup - I have 40 meg of ram?
I also have a bunch of updates to the tpad files I pulled off of the IBM
site a while back - hopefully this will get the modem and the thinkpad
features working again, but wouldn't mind a pointer to something that
tells me what file is what.
-- Julian Thomas: jt_at_epix.net http://home.epix.net/~jt In the beautiful Finger Lakes Wine Country of New York State! Boardmember of POSSI.org - Phoenix OS/2 Society, Inc http://www.possi.org WarpTech 2000: May 26-28 in Phoenix - plan NOW to attend! www.warptech.org -- -- ... File not found. Should I fake it? (Y/N)
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