Partition X does not end on cylinder boundary
When I load up GParted, it shows my first HD as having one FAT32 partition taking up the entire drive.
The thing is I have 3 primary partitions on HD one, installed in this order.
1. The first is Windows 98 SE, using the Fat32 file system.
2. The second is Windows 2000, using the NTFS file system.
3. The third is Windows XP, using the NTFS file system.
On my second drive, I have a Linux distro installed to the only (current) logical partition, which is the first in an extended partition.
This is further compounded by the fact that my boot manager, Grub4Dos, says that the partition tables on HD one are invalid, when I attempt to map them around.
map (hd0,0) (hd0,1) map (hd0,1) (hd0,0) etc...
Is there a way to manually edit/fix these partition tables? How would I even know the correct values?
BTW - All of the Windows partitions were created with either the boot-disc's formatters, or the 'Disk Management' tools in the installed Windows.
Edited by Virii, 24 September 2010 - 11:31 PM.