Subject: Re: Invalid partition table on Dell
To: None <>
From: BokLM <>
List: netbsd-users
Date: 04/02/2003 03:37:43
On Tue, 01 Apr 2003, wrote:

> Okay,
> I apologize for not doing my own research first.  I've fixed the problem. 
> If anyone wants to know how I fixed it, here's how.  I searched google
> (something I should have done before posting) and found this e-mail:

Thanks for this link, I had the same problem 2 minutes ago :)

> I did exactly what was told in there; I moved the partition to '0' using
> the same information as '3'.  After that, I used fdisk -a to make 0
> active.  Now it works like a charm.  I also noticed that someone sent a PR
> for this:
> It seems like 'normal' Dell workstations are also affected by this problem.

My Toshiba Satelite 1710CDS seems also affected.

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