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when i tried to delete my partions it some fat32 error came and now i can find the partions can some one help?
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kanishka,
 
could you be more describe the situation you are in.  What program do you use to delete the partiotion (full command line).  and what is the error message.


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If Ur aim is to remove the partitions :-

use fdisk and enable FUll support u can do that

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i used the partion magick that came with mandrake 6.0 and the error was some thing to do with fat32 i think
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and its says partion cant be found but its taking room in my cpus hd
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