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Old 19 July 2002, 15:11   #7
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Making a HD bootable is not part of the OS installation. You didn't tell that you have a non-bootable HD yet.

To prepare a HD you can use HDInstTool from Aminet. I suggest to create at least two partitions: one (smaller) bootable Workbench and another Work partition. The more partitions the less loss in case of a filesystem malfunction.

http://uk.aminet.net/aminetbin/find?hdinsttool

HDInsttool has a novice mode that does all necessary steps on its own. This is meant for earlier OS versions as it only copies one disk to the HD. You'll have to complete the installation manually like I described above.

If the HD is larger than 4GB be sure to use only the lower 4GB for partitions. For using more space on the HD you need a more advanced knowledge.
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