got a problem
windows 7 installation on new notebook (dell) had been interrupted
but some files had been copied
now they block installation of any other os on hdd
format c couldn't help me
the guestion: can i clear them with slax, if it possible
will show you the partition(s) and their names. Will likely have 3 partitions, all of type ntfs. One will be much bigger than the other two, this will be where your win7 install is placed. Assuming the large one is sda2, then ...
Do as @kewkotin say BUT, try this #mount -t ntfs-3g -o force /dev/sda2 /mnt/sda2
I just put another "-o" option "force" instead "rw". Remember 1, you need to find out which partition you really have with #fdisk -l. Remember 2, if the partition is already mounted you must umount it before.
I wasn't going to say anything here, because I think this topic has already been covered... but what about doing mktable msdos inside parted? That oughta wipe the whole disk clean and allow you to start over by making new partitions from there.
(Note: If you have a newer 64-bit machine, boot a modern Linux-based OS, like Ubuntu, and run parted mktable gpt over mktable msdos if you need support for UEFI for your computer.)