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  1. Re: Howto: Use ntfsresize+fdisk to resize a partition with bad sectors

    Hi Phineas,

    Nothing like that happened to me. One thing to check is to make sure you have the "boot" flag on for the Windows partition. To check this, enter fdisk, and type "p" to see the...
  2. Re: Howto: Use ntfsresize+fdisk to resize a partition with bad sectors

    Hi Craig,

    I did go ahead and run chkdsk again just now to see what would happen, and it found nothing (but also seemed to check nothing -- it took less than a second to run once I restarted the...
  3. Howto: Use ntfsresize+fdisk to resize a partition with bad sectors

    I have successfully used ntfsresize and fdisk to shrink my Windows partition on a hard drive that has bad sectors. I am new to partitioning, but the following steps worked for me, so maybe they will...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu 9.04 slower than WinXP?

    rvgsd ---

    I also recently installed Ubuntu 9.04 as a dual boot with Windows XP and found the former to be much slower. I am new to Ubuntu, but some internet reading made me guess that it was a...
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