delgarde at ihug.co.nz
Tue Dec 10 02:23:05 PST 2002
Kris van Rens wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Arindam Dey" <lfsdeveloper at yahoo.com>
> > Now is there anyway i can get back the old partition
> > table??? Or is there anyway that i can at least
> > retrieve my data at least my data
> > Somebody out there pls helllllp
> I thought there were some programs to fix that up, I don't
> But I fixed it once by starting up with a
> linux distro, and made a partitiontable _exactly_ over the
> old one.
> The point here is, you'll need to know you configuration
> It's a good habit to save your partitioninfo on a note
> after install.
Yes, I did something like that when a friend accidentally deleted the
windows partition on his dual-boot system. Since it was just the one
partition, I was able to simply reallocate all unallocated space to the
new partition, without worrying about configuration details - it worked
If you're missing multiple partitions though, it becomes a lot messier,
since you need to know the exact start and end points of each one.
Getting it wrong would probably be a bad thing.
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