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Re: [linux-dell-laptops] error mounting win2k on hda2

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  • Kenneth Nash
    ... Win2000 incorporates a new version of ntfs which can handle encryption. I don t believe anyone has fixed the ntfs to work with new NTFS System. Isn t it
    Message 1 of 4 , Aug 31, 2000
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      ahmad1248@... wrote:

      > hello
      > I have i5k piii 450 with 12G drive.i partitiond the drive as follows:
      >
      > hda1 drive c: 4.38g with win98 installed
      > hda2 drive d: 2.88g with win2k installed
      > hda3 linux partition the rest of the drive.
      > hda4 swap file 128m
      > i have linux mandrake 6.1 kernel 2.2.13-7 with X running fine.
      > i boot from floppy.
      > when i boot every thing goes well except for during booting proccess
      > i recieve this massage,
      >
      >
      > "mounting other file systems.
      > mount:- wrong fs type,bad option,bad super block on /dev/hda2,or too
      > many file systems mounted."
      >
      > then booting cotinues fine.
      > the only thing is i can't access drive d: from linux.i tried to
      > mount the drive from X with no luck.
      > could any one explain what is going on.
      > any responce is appreciated.
      >
      > thank you
      >

      Win2000 incorporates a new version of ntfs which can handle encryption. I
      don't believe anyone has fixed the ntfs to work with new NTFS System.
      Isn't it ironic that they changed ntfs just after linux was able to mount
      ntfs.
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