Linux does not boot anymore after restore of the "backup"-image ..

From: john (
Date: 07/30/04

Date: 30 Jul 2004 09:54:59 -0700


after restoring a backup-image (Knoppix) (made with Acronis
TrueImage 6) to it`s original location, Linux does not boot
anymore.. Originally it was a WinXP/Linux-dualbootsystem
and the bootlaoder was Lilo.

What mistake did I made and is there a way to "made" the
system boot again Linux without a newisntall?

Many thank`s for any tip!


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