[QUOTE=robin_listas;2581754]On 2013-08-29 05:12, andy77586 wrote:
>> I reported the facts as they were from my machine.
Er… sorry, facts have to be proven by showing the commands and the
output of those commands, not by your descriptions. Photos are ok. We
prefer to look at those commands and then draw our own conclusions.
No offense intended, we usually ask this of everybody.
For instance, you said:
“Partition was about 30 mbs with about 8 mbs free.”
That is impossible, and has not been proven. What that sentence says is
as unbelievable as “cows can fly” - so please understand our reticence.
Cheers / Saludos,
My Windows installation is in a 30 Mb partition.
Total hard drive space is 250 Mb on which both OpenSuse and Windows XP used to reside on.
Looks like the output of fdisk -l here is partially right.
If the TB below means Terrabyte, then it is impossible.
I have a 250 Mb hard drive and an external 500 Mb that has no O.S installed, it is only a storage disk.
It got right that there were 3 Linux partitions.
Instead, your fdisk output shows three disks:
sda, 2 TB, single Linux partition.
sdb, 500 GB, single Windows partition.
sdc, 500 GB, 2 Windows partitions, 3 Linux partitions.
Speaking of facts.
The MBR was damaged.
Fact: When it was restored, only Windows XP was in perfect working order.
Posting problems should not elicit a defensive posture from those who feel that OpenSuse is being criticized.
Windows has a few issue itself.