partition usb, half for OS, half for storage
A couple of years ago I found a great online tutorial on how to partition a usb drive so that *buntu is installed on one half and the other partition is reserved for storage... in cases where it's necessary for Windows to access the contents of the "storage" partition. I followed the instructions and it has worked perfectly for well over a year- probably close to 2 years now. Unfortunately, the drive has seen better days and needs to be retired. I have a new drive but can not find the tutorial I originally used and am having difficulty finding a tutorial that fits my scenario as bookmarks tend to get lost or misplaced over time.
Any help with this would be very much appreciated.
I'm currently using a Windows computer (first time in YEARS) because my Ubuntu computer died. I have partitioned the new drive to match the scheme of the old one:
partition 1 (10gb) for storage: primary drive(not logical). partition appears in my computer with drive letter assigned.
partition 2 (20gb) for OS: primary drive(not logical).
drive does not show in my computer (but neither does the other, old drive).
I'd like to install the OS on the second partition so I can use the first half interchangeably between OS environments for storage but that second partition is not showing up using Windows Disk Imager in order to install the OS.
I can't recall how I made it work the first time and at this point, I'm stuck.
Please help if you can.
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