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1. Windows & DOS: Issues & Discussions
I have a 1TB HD, suspect it had bad sectors and blocks...
it was pre-installed with windows 8.0..
I was able to boot up ubuntu and looked at the partitions and run a badblocks comand to verify secotors, after getting a serious of Input and Output errors mounting the partition and doing any... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: ppchu99
2. OS X (Apple)
I have a Mac OS X Lion mac book pro. I have a hard drive which I have partitioned in two
(a) OSX Partition - Mac OS Extended Journaled format. Mount point: /
(b) Data Partition - Windows NT Filesystem format. Mount point: /Volumes/Data
I need to access the NTFS partition (I have a... (6 Replies)
Discussion started by: neil.k
3. Windows & DOS: Issues & Discussions
i have a new laptop without any OS. I'm about to install win 7.
i have a FreeDos CD and I'm currently trying to install it. My hard drive has about 610 000 GB space.
I'm unable to create a partition bigger than ~2 GB.
I know that normally when you start FDISK, you're asked if you want... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: harriii
4. Filesystems, Disks and Memory
Is this no longer accurate about fat32? I just used a 4 gb flash drive to share several video files between Windows XP and Linux Mint.
I also plan on sharing several files in the future with that 4 gb flash drive between XP and Mint so I... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: cokedude
one week ago, i have installed fedoa 9 on my home pc.
i already have windows xp on that machine.
unfortunately my windows xp has corrupted.
again i want to install windows xp but it is not installing.
will i format my linux partition or some other option is there.
please help me... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: praneshmishra08
Is it possible to save a file from linux environment to a windows ntfs partition?
I use SUSE 8.3 and I can access win ntfs files only as read only.
I want to know whether writing is possible on win ntfs partition. (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: suyashkunte
I use Sun Solaris 10 under a x86 computer, and I want to mount a Fat32 partition who are stored in the same disk with the UFS filesystem.
But, before mount this partition, I need to know is location in /dev/dsk
Because there are a lot of file "c0t0d0" etc..., and I didn't find my... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: willits
8. Filesystems, Disks and Memory
People who still have FAT32, usaly have 2 or more operating systems running on their computer. An example of that is like runnging OS x over Windows 95 or XP. Stuff like that. On one of my lap tops, I have Linux, Unix, and OS x running on one HD. The OS x runs really really slow thought...I hardly... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: hdk_mkr
Well Guys, will anybody solve my problem?
I have installed Win XP and RH Linux 9 (Dual Boot) on an Intel x86 Machine. Everything is going fine except that I cannot share files among the two operating systems. For example, if I download a PDF file from internet and save it in my Win XP partition... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: Jawwad
10. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I run a dual boot WinXP/Red Hat 8 system on my laptop. Since my hard drive is inherently small(laptop) I am trying to creat a swap partition for keeping mutually used files such as music/video etc... I have created a 2.5GB Fat32 partition with Partition Magic Pro and have windows recognizing the... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: djtrippin