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i got this error: in SP "falta un archivo de núcleo de
disco inserte un disquete de sistema y reinicie"
in EN "Disc nucleus file not founded, insert system
diskette and restart", after an installation, previosly
installation program showed just 4GB of 80GB of the HDD.
please i need the quickest answer. Thanks
 
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Hello Jose,

partition on which you install nt4 cannot be greater than 4GB.
Create several partitions (min a 2nd one) to access all disk space.


"Jose Ríos" <jose.rios@merendon.biz> wrote in message
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i got this error: in SP "falta un archivo de núcleo de
disco inserte un disquete de sistema y reinicie"
in EN "Disc nucleus file not founded, insert system
diskette and restart", after an installation, previosly
installation program showed just 4GB of 80GB of the HDD.
please i need the quickest answer. Thanks
 
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Not entirely true. You can install NT on up to a 7.8GB partition if it has
previously been created. The NT installer can only create up to a 4GB
partition.


"John Smith" <someone@microsoft.com> wrote in message
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> Hello Jose,
>
> partition on which you install nt4 cannot be greater than 4GB.
> Create several partitions (min a 2nd one) to access all disk space.
>
>
> "Jose Ríos" <jose.rios@merendon.biz> wrote in message
> news:e75301c43c9e$aff9a790$a301280a@phx.gbl...
> i got this error: in SP "falta un archivo de núcleo de
> disco inserte un disquete de sistema y reinicie"
> in EN "Disc nucleus file not founded, insert system
> diskette and restart", after an installation, previosly
> installation program showed just 4GB of 80GB of the HDD.
> please i need the quickest answer. Thanks
>
>
 
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Hello Homer,

Thank you for your answer.
I heard of that other limit but until today was believing it was some
mistake
or applicable only to server release.
Could you tell me how you proceed with a fresh install?
Does one need to DOS-boot and run fdisk first or is there an easier
solution?


"Homer Simpson" <not@springfield.net> wrote in message
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> Not entirely true. You can install NT on up to a 7.8GB partition if it
has
> previously been created. The NT installer can only create up to a 4GB
> partition.
>
>
> "John Smith" <someone@microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:OwV59UpPEHA.3052@TK2MSFTNGP12.phx.gbl...
> > Hello Jose,
> >
> > partition on which you install nt4 cannot be greater than 4GB.
> > Create several partitions (min a 2nd one) to access all disk space.
> >
> >
> > "Jose Ríos" <jose.rios@merendon.biz> wrote in message
> > news:e75301c43c9e$aff9a790$a301280a@phx.gbl...
> > i got this error: in SP "falta un archivo de núcleo de
> > disco inserte un disquete de sistema y reinicie"
> > in EN "Disc nucleus file not founded, insert system
> > diskette and restart", after an installation, previosly
> > installation program showed just 4GB of 80GB of the HDD.
> > please i need the quickest answer. Thanks
> >
> >
>
>
 
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Hi Calvin,

Thank you for the link.
I gave a look at your site and read many articles it references.
Interesting stuff! Some I had nearly forgotten like the difference
between boot partition and system partition...



"Calvin" <nospam@spamcop.net> wrote in message
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> Hi John,
>
> see:
>
> http://nt4ref.zcm.com.au/bigdisk.htm
>
> This page should answer your questions.
>
> Calvin.
>
 

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Hi John,

I'm glad to hear that my ramblings are of some use to people out there :)
Obviously, word is out about the site, because I've noticed the page hits
counters really starting to 'tick over' in the last 3 or so weeks.

To everyone watching this newsgroup:

I welcome comment from anybody on the usefulness of the site and suggestions for
corrections, additions etc...

have a look at: http://nt4ref.zcm.com.au

Calvin.
 

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