> I have an 120gig Samsung in a tray (not hot swap, it has a key) Anyways, i took it out, put in a different HD and booted into windows.
> Then turned off the computer, put back in the 120gig but now linux doesnt like it.It freeze's after it detects it but does no more, Iam using SuSE 9 with Kernal 2.4. Any idea, and is this the craic with putting in and out new hard drives that iam going to get errors? Oh, by the way, iam new to linux.
I had a similar problem once, turned out that even though I had powered
the PC down, because it was connected to the powersupply some power was
What to do, is to boot from the SUSE disk and run the rescue system as
that may fix the problem
I have been using SuSE since 6.0 and I still consider myself a newbie :)
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