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Old 10-16-2005, 01:22 PM   #1
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Question Dynebolic issue with partitions?


I've just tried out Dynebolic and experianced a hard drive partition recognition problem.
I have a maxtor one touch external drive (ata)which I have partioned into four.

Dynebolic only recognises the first partition on this drive.
Its like the other three do not exist.
Anyone know if its a bug or if I need to tweak something
Thanks
Anna
P.S I have had a look at the dynebolic site but can't see it flagged as a known issue. But as I've only been playing with this whole linux thing for a week it could be right under my nose
 
  


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