On 8/23/06, Stephen Horgan <steve at stephenhorgan.net> wrote:
> I have a 250GB drive which was split into one ext3 and one FAT32
> partition. However, the partition table has been corrupted, so fdisk
> cannot see either partition on the drive. Is there any way to recover
> the partition table in linux?
You are not specifying how did this happen, this might help. According
to this guide, you might get away with it by using a LiveCD with gpart
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