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Gparted - I see 5 where there's only 3.

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#1 Mameigwess


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Posted 28 February 2014 - 02:30 PM

I'm in the process of setting up my desktop to duel boot Windows 7 and XP.  Windows 7 will be installed on a new SSD.  I am going to set up the SSD with 2 partitions, 1 for Windows 7 and 1 for common files.  Using GParted this is what I found.  My RAID setup for XP, my backup drive, and a listing of 3 drives for my SSD.  Here's what the drop down window in GParted says about my SSD.


1dev/sdb      111.79 GiB


1dev/sdc       111.79 GiB


1dev/sdd       111.79 GiB



When I open up each one I find the information for sdb looks normal.  The information for sdc and sdd show the whole 111.79 GiB as being unallocated for both Partition and File System.



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