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Re: partitioned drive in linux. Windows gives me a phantom drive letter

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Ron Johnson a écrit :
| On Sun, 2005-01-23 at 22:09 -0500, Spongebob wrote:
|>Ron Johnson wrote:
|>>On Sun, 2005-01-23 at 19:03 -0500, Spongebob wrote:
|>>>This is really bizzare.
|>>>First drive, hda
|>>>1       ext2 (1G)
| [snip]
|>>>Does anyone have any idea what this is about?
|>>In Win2k, there is
|>>  "Control Panel"->"Administrative Tools"->"Computer Management"
|>>That presents a hierarchy, one of the choices of which is
|>>   Storage->"Disk Management"
|>>That is the "modern" equivalent of the old DOS FDISK.  It, or where
|>>ever it's hidden in your version of Windows, should help.
|>I'm using Win98.
|>If I have that, what will it do for me?
| It will give you important information which will help to guide
| you and/or us towards the answer.
|>                                Will it tell me what's wrong, or
|>let me hide that disk, or something?
| Not ever having used Win98, I can't say.  You'll have to do some
| exploring yourself in the Control Panel.  Maybe FDISK still exists
| on your box.

fdisk's the only way to go on Windows 98, sadly enough. Good luck.

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