> Hi Terry,
> tbear_7-@... wrote:
> > mount: the kernel does not recognize /dev/hdc as a block device
> > (maybe 'insmod driver'?)"
> > I'm not sure whether this is a Linux problem or a hardware issue.
> > was working okay yesterday.
> It seems that you recently has changed the order of the BIOS boot
That I did do 'cause Windoze NT crashed and in the process changed the
active partition. I had to boot from bootable floppy to fix.
Thanx a million Alf. Your help is greatly appreciated.