I've just install my Backtrack 5 to my computer today, and because of installing it in a wrong way, Now i got a problem with my partition on my computer
Originally That is what i hope i can do....
I install backtrack 5 into my laptop as the main OS, then the window is the second, everytime when I turn my computer on, it will able me to choose which OS I'd like to use if i didn't choose it will just automatic go to Backtrack 5
But now with installing by the wrong step this is what i got...
I'm currently using my Window as my main OS. By following the guide on the official website, I've successfully install a Backtrack into a new USB memory stick, however i wanted it to be install into my laptop as well, so i click on the install icon which is on the Backtrack OS in the USB. During the install, they ask me to do a partition for the Backtrack 5, so i separate 50GB for it.
Now the problem came. After the install, I've restart my computer, either it should asking me which OS would i choose, it just get straight to my Window, and when i check my hard disk, 50GB is gone. I've try to restart my computer and boot with my USB again but it doesn't let me to get in the backtrack that I install in my USB.
So now 50GB have gone from my Hard disk, and i cant open any backtrack that i install
So now i'm deciding to merge all my partition into one, I've try to download some disk manager to try to merge it together again but it doesn't work, it says my 50GB partition file system is unallocated and type is Logical.
What can I do in order to merge the 50GB into my original hard-disk? And let it work ask i wanted as above???
(I don't mind formatting my computer at all
And as im new to Linux can anyone explain it in a more detail way
Really thank you for answering my question