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|20th February 2007, 23:21||#1|
Can't format partition
I'm going to re-install XP, so I need to put my data on another partition. THe problem is, I can't format the partition.
There's a whole story, so I'll try to keep it short.
At first, my hdd was partitioned like this:
Then I started to remove every linux partition until I got this:
BUT, when I make an extended partition and a logic partition in it, I can format it with no problem, but that's not what I'm looking for.
How can I solve this ???
|21st February 2007, 00:36||#2|
Join Date: Jun 2002
Start installing linux again. delete all partitions. Reboot. Install windows. Did the trick for me more then once.
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