I recently installed windows 7 next to my ubuntu installation, I had to mess with partitions a bit to get it all to work, now I finally made it work, I can boot nicely from booth of them, but gparted doesn't show my partitions anymore (just says unallocated space), and when I try TestDisk to rewrite my partition table it says structure bad when I configure it as I like it.
The first partition is a windows 7 partition of 100 GB (NTFS), that I want as a Primary partitionCode:Disk /dev/sda - 1000 GB / 931 GiB - CHS 121602 255 63 Partition Start End Size in sectors P HPFS - NTFS 0 1 1 13054 254 56 209728505 P Linux 9790 192 3 16317 213 24 104857600 * Linux 16317 213 25 16330 149 11 204800 L Linux 16330 149 12 120071 145 10 1666598912 [Personal Files] L Linux Swap 120071 177 43 121601 57 40 24571888
The second one is my Ubuntu partition of 30 GB (ext4), that I want as a Primary Partition
The third one is my boot partition of 100 MB (ext3), that I want as a primary bootable partition
The fourth one is my files partition of 794 GB (ext4), that I want as a logical partition
The fifth one is my Swap partition of 11 GB, that I want as a logical partition.
Why is this not possible? Why is this structure bad, everything works ok atm, except that I can't change partitions or create new partitions because they're not recognized.
Please help me out.