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> MenuetOS > Will Menuet be able to see an ntfs any time soon?
japreja 18 Apr 2004, 01:07
Will Menuet be able to see an ntfs any time soon?
The reason I am asking is because I would like to write the ramdisk to to my hard dist which is not a FAT32 file system it is an NTFS (Win XP sp 1) I actualy wrote the Ramdisk image to it but when I reboot to XP I couldnt find the file. I watched my HD leds as Menuet wrote to the disk so I know it has been done but I just cant find it.
I have 1 HD with two partitions, One is HP's recovery partition,Drive D: , 5GB Fat32.
The other is my C: drive which is 52GB with an NTFS.
I was assuming that since Menuet can see the Fat32 partition that it would just see that partition.
I used Setup from the Menuet Desktop. I may have set my HD settings wrong. I need to set it to Primary Master and the second partition(my FAT32 partition).
To my knowlage there is no drive overlay but I am not to familiar with how WinXPs NTFS is set up.
Can any one help me out with this?
Thanks in advance!
|18 Apr 2004, 01:07
pelaillo 18 Apr 2004, 14:20
The problem is not in seeing the partition (this could be done easily). You need to have at least read access to NTFS and this needs still a lot of work. I don't know if there is someone interested in the subject that has started the implementation already.
If not, you could start it and you will need some theory. A good starting point is:
|18 Apr 2004, 14:20
japreja 18 Apr 2004, 18:45
I hope to help develope Menuet some day but right now I am reading The Art Of Assembly Language, It is a huge book but is verry helpfull for a newbie to Assembly language. Pluss I have been downloading every possable pdf document I can find that will be of a future help.
For now, though, the Art of Assembly is the most helpfull book I have started reading.
If any newbies are interested in a vast ammount of information about Assembly programing I would recomend reading this book, its freely available at
I would aslo recomend that you DO NOT read windows programing, also available at http://webster.cs.ucr.edu, because it will suck you in to programng only on MS Windows.
Thanks pelaillo, for the link. And I appologize for going a bit off the subject.
|18 Apr 2004, 18:45
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