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Posted by Hovyo on May 13, 2001 at 13:41:57:
My hard drive now has two Disks on it. The other was created with fdisk, "unintentially". Here's how that happened.
I had 1 primary (C:Drive) and 4 Logical Drives. (E F G H).
Somehow fdisk took all my free space from the logical drives and made a second "Disk". In FDisk, I now have Disk 1 and Disk 2.
At this point I have all my logicals deleted and am down to 2 Disks, if thats possile. All fdisk will delete is partitions so I can't get rid of the "Ghost" Disk.
Here is what it looks like in fdisk.
Disks Drives Mbytes Free Usage
1 2103 2103 %
2 9774 100%
I have a C: Drive on disk 2 with my boot files on it. (Command.Com)
I am now considering a Low level Format, but don't know much about how to go about this either. Hence this plea for help!
Any ideas? Help would be very appreciated.
- I have a 6.4 gig hard drive. I had it partitioned in 4 parts , C being 2.1 gig and the other 3 devided equaly. After fdisk I now only have a 2.1 gig hard drive. What did I do wrong and can I get the rest of my drive back? JIM 12:48:54 7/05/01 (0)
- Re: Fdisk Problems!! colin 19:46:06 5/16/01 (0)
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