racerx at makeworld.com
Sun Mar 30 23:41:23 UTC 2008
On Sun, 30 Mar 2008 17:36:33 -0600
Karl Larsen <k5di at zianet.com> wrote:
> David Vincent wrote:
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> > Karl Larsen wrote:
> >> David Vincent wrote:
> >> Karl Larsen wrote:
> >>>>> I thought parted might work to correct the stupid windows
> >>>>> taking the entire 160Gb hard drive. But then I used parted
> >>>>> check and it says it doesn't know anything about windows file
> >>>>> system. Is there any others that might work?
> >> something is wrong with your system then because
> >> parted/gparted/qtparted all do recognize windows file systems.
> >> ntfs, fat16 and fat32. run a chkdsk /f /r on your windows
> >> partition and see what's up. you didn't hibernate windows before
> >> trying to resize the partition did you? you will need to shut
> >> windows down cleanly.
> >> /me suspects operator error
> >>> Well for your acute information MY Ubuntu has no gparted or
> >>> qtparted on it as well as no chkdsk. The parted I have is version
> >>> 1.7.1 and it is all I have.
> > ubuntu does not install parted or gparted or qtparted. somehow you
> > obtained it. i use the version of gparted in the repo of the ubuntu
> > version i am currently using at that time.
> > my gparted says v0.3.3.
> >> No but the hard disk is on. I used parted /dev/sda check and
> >> it said it didn't know anything about the file system. So perhaps
> >> I can get the other stuff by apt-get but why do you think it will
> >> work?
> > why do i think what will work? if you mean why do i think parted
> > can handle windows file systems then the answer is because i've
> > used it to manipulate them.
> > someone else suggested the gparted live cd. i can also suggest
> > using the systemrescuecd. google 'em - they are easy to find.
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> Well I found the gparted that I apt-get installed and it also
> says the windows partition is un-readable. I learned from a guy who
> called me a stupid jerk that chkdsk is a windows program. I didn't
> know that. So I will try it and see what it says, if I can find it.
One last thing to consider also - ensure your Windows was properly
shutdown. When it's not, NTFS is in a "open" state.
This is esp. true if you need to use one of the nifty Linux password
resetters for Windows.
So, get back into Windows, and just ensure that you are letting Windows
shut down the system. Then try gparted.
"There's no place like 127.0.0.1"
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