accessing c and d drive ntfs partitions from rh9.0
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to get a description of your partition system. DO NOT CHANGE ANYTHING.
According to the output you posted above, there are only 3 partitions on your disk: hda1 which is windows, and hda2 + hda3 which are linux and linux swap.
How is the 100mb disk divided in windows? What tool did you use?
either you have not posted all of the output from /sbin/fdisk or you do not have a d: drive.
if you look at your output from the fdisk command...you will only see 3 partition on /dev/hda which means that there is one linux partition..one linux swap partition and one windows partition...if you indeed had two windows partitions they would have shown up as saperate entities on fdisk.
are you sure that you have two windows partitions and not just a directory inside.
maybe i am wrong since i have never used two windows partition(never needed to...thank god) but i still think that if you did have 2 win parittions....then they would show up in fdisk.
ok....how about this....mount the ntfs drive you can mount and then issue this command:
it will tell you the sizes of each of the mounted FS's and how much of each is being used.post that output here and maybe we can make something out of that.