Judging by your fstab
, you are only showing the NTFS
& 1 FAT32
is FAT32 #1
You have no FAT32 #2
HD2 was divided in 2 partition FAT32.
If this is true, and you want to see it, I think you need it in your fstab
. (where x is the partition #)
Also, If your second HD has only 2 partitions, both of FAT32, just curious why one of 'em is hdb5?
Run fidsk /dev/hdb
then press P to "print" / "list" the partition tables.
Find out what the exact #s are for your 2 partitions on hdb.
If one of 'em is 5, then the other (assuming there are only 2) should be the second partition.
Then you might try:
/dev/hdb# /windows/E vfat users,gid=users,umask=0002,iocharset=iso8859-1,code=437 0 0
in your fstab
. And assuming that you want the second partitions (vfat) to be E and not something else.