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how to know the present partition system when the partition table is ove
how to know the present partition system when the partition table is overwritten?
Sun, 02 May 2010 18:40:49 +0200
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I know this is not the true object of this mailing list, But you are
probably very good on the subject and I don't know where to ask :-(
I'm the "Partition HOWTO" author. One of my readers says that:
* he have overwritten the partition table on a bad way
* but the computer is still on (no reboot)
How can I know what are the partition limits (sectors) to rebuild the
good table? The kernel knows, of course, but what command can I use to
read this from meory, the disk file being lost?
- how to know the present partition system when the partition table is overwritten?,