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Re: OS hallucinates hard drive geometry

In article <[🔎] E17KWJI-0005x7-00@bgd.vosn.net>,
Aaron Maxwell  <amax@redsymbol.com> wrote:
>I tried the partitioning with fdisk, cfdisk, and parted (I decided not 
>to try sfdisk yet).  Same results, except parted produced this warning:
>  Information: The operating system thinks the geometry on /dev/hda is
>  2495/255/63.  Therefore, cylinder 1024 ends at 8032.499M.
>I'm not clear on what to try next.  Anyone?  Thanks in advance.

You do know that when you repartition a drive of which at least
one partition is in use you must reboot ? Otherwise the kernel
will not pick up the new partition table.


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