I believe gdisk.exe is bundled with Norton/Symantec Ghost
but linux fdisk or the aforementioned open source dos fdisk
should be more than ample. Most linux distros will allow
you boot into the installation and go as far as partitioning
to use their in-built tools or switch to another virtual terminal
to get at normal linux fdisk.
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From: Eric Joyce [mailto:eric.joyce at esat.com]
Sent: 11 April 2002 11:37
To: ilug at linux.ie
Subject: Re: [ILUG] [OT] - Partition Problems
I remember using a dos application called 'gdisk' to remove that partition
when I had a similar situation a while back. I cant remember exactly where I
got it, but you should be able to find it with a quick google.
On Thu, 11 Apr 2002 11:00:22 +0100
"Declan Grady" <Declan.Grady at nuvotem.com> wrote:
> Hi again folks,
> I know it is a bit OT, but my goal is to get linux re-installed !
>> On my home system I have a 30gig IDE disk which I originally partitioned
> 8 gigs for windows and 22 gigs for linux. ;)
>> Now that I finally got a firewire card, I need more space on the windows
> partition for stuff from my dvc. (Surprise Surprise).
>> As my linux partition was only for learning, I decided in my wisdom to
> simply delete the linux partition and start again by resizing the win
> partition to be about 15 gigs or so. Problem - I managed to delete the
> partition (somehow)using the dos/win fdisk, but now fdisk wont delete the
> extended partition, 'cos "logical drives exist". - If I try to view
> drives, it tells me there are none !
>> Any ideas ?
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