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I am trying to resize my Linux partition so I can have some more room for Windows.
I tried doing this before, and it gave me an error. Said there was something wrong with the data. So I go back to Windows, open Partition Magic, and check the Linux partition for errors. This is the exact error message: "Error # 1201: Ex2 superblock contains illegial information". Then under that it says "Block 181038 has incorrect block count". How can I fix this? Thanks for the help.