Hello 'Tempers. I finally have my own PC. I started Xubuntu from a flash drive, installed it to my Hard Drive and deleted Windows XP. But after a short while I found out that my PC doesn't meet the requirements for Xubuntu. So now I want to format my PC (yet again) and use Linux Slax as my main OS. To do so, I picked up my Slax Live CD, put it in the PC and booted the PC with it. I finally heard the log-on music (in contradiction to what I said in one of my first topics) and tried to access my Hard Drive at /dev/hda1. But instead of receiving my (precious) files I received an error: mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/hda1. missing codepage or helper program, or other error In some cases useful info is found in syslog - try dmseg | tail or so[/p] So I tried what it said (use the command 'dmesg') and then I received a relative huge message. My attention fell on this sentence (it was there 4 times): EXT3-fs: hda1: couldn't mount because of unsupported optional features (240).[/p] I searched Google to find out more, and it suggested me to change the fs from EXT3 to EXT4. I just couldn't manage to do that, until my friend asked me which version I was using (Linux Slax 6.1.2) and he told me that Slax doesn't support EXT4. After that I tried formatting the whole drive with the 'fdisk' function. So I tried 'fdisk /dev/hda1' and I received my wished menu. But there didn't seem to be any partitions. It's completely empty. I have a Hard Drive without any partitions, but with files on it. What could I do to format my computer and use Slax as my OS after that. (And I know I can just drag and drop the files into the HDD).