Re: partition problem
On Tuesday 08 November 2005 21:19, William Xu wrote:
> Hi there,
> I have an 80G removable hard disk, which i divided into 40G xfs + 40G
> vfat partitions. (In detail, cfdisk first, then mkfs.xfs and mkfs.vfat
> for each partition.)
> on linux, i could mount both partitions - sda1, sda5 successfully. But
> on windows (i wish it could access the 40G vfat partition), it can't
> recognize the disk. What's wrong here?
I think the problem is the partition type of the extended partition. I guess
you create a extended partition with type 5 (Extended) or 85 (Linux
extended). But for Windows, you should create a extended partition with type
f (Win95 Extended LBA).
Change your sda2 partition type to f. (I guess sda2 is your extended
partition) And re-created sda5, then re-format sda5 with vfat may helps you
solve this problem.
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