I recently got a pc from my friend who was running windows 2000 server on it
Since it got infected with some virus ( I dont know what ) many windows were being opened without my intervention and the cpu utilization would go to 100% and the system would go unresponsive.
I tried to clean it up but it did not work so I decided to format it and install windows 2000 professional instead.
However when I tried to install windows 2000 prof,I get funny error messages saying that the boot disk is not found.( the disk is fine as I used it on another system and it works fine)
When I tried to install linux, it installs as if there were no problem at all.
Again I tried to install windows 2000 prof, but then again it would not let me install it again displaying the same error.
I assumed when I installed linux, I formatted the hard disk and it should not be a problem installing windows..but the problem remains.
I am unable to figure what could be the problem and basically that leaves me clue less to find a fix for it.
Any suggestions..I would definately appretiate your help if you can get me back in windows again.