unpartitioning with rescue disk
I tried to partition with the Rescue disk, then
lost my Win32 MBR. I am using EZ_Bios (installed from
floppy) from Western Digital (I have a new 10.2g WD
drive), so luckily I was able to restore the MBR. My
Award BIOS cannot read above 2gb I wanted a 2gig
partition for Debian (Potato, frozen, downloaded
8/13/00), but ended up with a new drive under windows
(Drive D #2). Linux rescue still would not allow
me to partition, and says I have 4 partitions already.
Can I UNPARTITION it, then repartition it? The
instructions were not clear which one to partition;
The first primary listed, or the free space. I have
about 8gb free now (though windows98 says the second
HD (partition) is FAT, noncompressed, or FAT16). I
only have One hardrive installed. Should I use Win98
fdisk to fix the partition, then Re-run rescue from
Hopefully soon-to-be User
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