Dual booting with vista, checking on the partition space question??
I installed the latest ubuntu 9.04 following a step by step guide. After I shrunk the volume of vista, I shut down the computer and proceeded with the install. After the installation I looked around for some other guides on how to install apps and stuff. I found this other guide with this in it : "This allows the Windows system to automatically rescan the newly-resized partition (using chkdsk) and write changes to its own bootup files. (If you forget to do this, you may later have to repair the Windows partition bootup files manually using the Windows Recovery Console.)" I'm not sure if I did do a reboot. How can I check if I did and if I didn't how can I fix it?
Another thing is, in Vista, when i got to manage disk. How can i look into the new partition that I had made. I tried right clicking it but the only that shows up is delete volume.
Also when I boot into vista How can I look at my ubuntu files.