Re: fdisk/sfdisk/Disk Management problems + unallocated sectors
Date: Sun, 04 Apr 2004 13:19:36 GMT
> In WinXP 'Disk Management' I see a block of 86MB that's
> unallocated at the end of the disk.
... are you sure this isnt the 'recovery' partition
that is allocated on some boxes, which is used to
reinstall the originally-installed OS?
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That wouldn't be good enough.
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