Re: Windows-Red Hat problem
Okay, Go to start, Settings, Control Pannel, Add Remove Programs, At the top you'll see a tab that says Startup Disk, Click that, you'll need to put in a blank floppy (or one you don't care about erasing all the stuff on it) And create a start up disk, The after it's done making it you can reboot with the disk in and fdisk.
You might wanna check your bios boot sequence. When your computer starts up it'll say PRESS [some key] to enter setup or something simular, press that key, bios will come up. Find boot sequence. Make sure that the order is Floppy, Cd, Hard drive. Hard drive will probably look something like HD0.
Windows: A thirty-two bit extension and GUI shell to a sixteen bit patch to an eight bit operating system originally coded for a four bit microprocessor and sold by a two-bit company that can't stand one bit of competition.