I would try setting your bios back to default values , see if you get your hard drive recognised in the boot up process , then if so then try a boot up with the windows cd again. I have a feeling you may have an failing hard drive issue.
I just see that leigh has moved your post to wibble. He may not realise that you had posted before re F7 and dual boot. I had read that post. I would have edited out the references to the new kernel in the grub.conf file. So you would boot back to the older kernel. I still think you may have an physical problem on the hard drive. You could get hold of a live Fedora cd and see if that boots. You could then perhaps use gparted to have a look a the hard drive. If I remember though you were using LVM format for your F7 install and that I do not like and cannot advise on, so did not post on your orignal thread.
Dual Boot F14 x86 64 and Vista DeskTop
(intel dual, 2GB, Nvida 7300LE(nivida drivers))
F13 x86_64 Desktop ( AMD64, 3GB,Nvidia 7300LE)
Home Network Edimax AR7284 Wna wireless router
1 XP Desktop and a Zyxel DMA1000
2 windows laptops (vista and win7),
2 desktops (win7 & XP/F16 dual boot(intelpro PCI 2915)),
1 FC16 laptop
Unwashed and some what slightly dazed.
Last edited by Anniedog; 19th February 2008 at 11:16 AM.
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