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Re: OT: Restoring partition information



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Mathias Gibbens wrote:
>   I?ve recently got a new hard drive, and removed my old one. All 
> I did was remove the partition information from the old one, so it 
> would be ready to use. However, I?ve remembered that there?s a 
> file on the old disk and that it would be nice to get it back. Is 
> there a way to manually restore the partition information without 
> destroying the drive data? It?s a FAT32 partition, 10GBs, the 
> first partition. Thanks much,
> 
> -Mathias
> 
> There's More Than One Way To Do It
> http://www.perl.org
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> 
on the SystemRescueCD at http://www.sysresccd.org/ there is a utility
called Sfdisk whihc allows you to backup and restore your partition table.

It worked great for me when I lost my whole partition table once, and I
now keep a copy for just such emergencies.

Duncan
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