I appologise for 'hijacking' your thread, Zero.
Originally posted by michaelk
You can have 64 partitions. With 4 being primary (ID 1-4) that leaves 60 (ID >=5) as logical.
Can you actually have all 64, though? Are you "allowed" to have no
primary partitions because they're all actually extended partitions? I guess what I'm asking is this: Is this a valid situation, or do you need
to have at least 1 proper primary partition?
hda1 = extended
+ hda5 --> hda19
had2 = extended
+ hda20 --> hda34
hda3 = extended
+ hda35 --> hda49
hda4 = extended
+ hda50 --> hda64