writetoananth at gmail.com
Thu Feb 2 14:00:22 UTC 2006
Malcolm Hunter <malcolm.hunter at gmx.co.uk> wrote:
> Strange, I thought you couldn't have 3 and 4 - I've only ever seen
> 1,2,5,6,... where 2 is the extended partition that 5,6,... are created in.
you can have upto 4 primary partitions. so 3 and 4 is possible but you
woudnt be able to create extended partitions.
another option would be to create 4 as an extended partition (but you
cannot install to this) and create other partitions under this one.
(say 5,6,7 etc)
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