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I have problem with mounting drives on my PC.
I have gentoo kernel 2.6.2,
disks on SCSI u160
first is basic (SDA) where I have winxp, boot, swap and user (SDA1-SDA4)
second and thirdy is dynamci disk and I have been created stripe set over these disks (SDB and SDC), which
is created in win and formated as NTFS
I don't think you can since the dynamic disk is created and manged through Windows. You best bet is to back up a the data and rebuild the drive as a simple (if that is the term to use) volume. If you want to beable to write to that partition it is better if you use a FAT32 file system, since writing to a NTFS partition is still experimental.
As I said before. Windows itself controls the raid configuration on the drive. Since the Windows is not controlling the drive, the partition cannot be read (as far as I know). Maybe there is a way, but I have never heard (just got done searching Google).