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Old 02-18-2004, 10:58 PM   #1
comprookie2000
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Unhappy help with cfdisk


I have windows xp and Knoppix dual boot on one 40 hd,It is working O.K.I'm using linux most of the time so I tried to swap some room from windows and here is what I ended up with; Hda1 primary hidden HPFS/NFTS 26213.97 Hda2 primary hidden W95 FAT32(LBA) 4194.90 Hda3 primary Amoeba 3002.23 Hda5 logical Lunix swap 501.75 logical free space 690.93 unusable 5412.24 thanks david
 
Old 02-19-2004, 12:25 AM   #2
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I have the same problem

What is the fdisk command for changing the hidden attribute on a partition.
I have to change type 1c to 0c - WITHOUT touching data on any other partition on the disk.And write the partition table also I guess.
What is the fdisk command for that ? (cfdisk doesn't seem able to do it)
 
  


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