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Aug
18
comment Fix The Selected Disk is of the GPT Partition Style error
@son_of_fire Yes. there is 180GB unallocated space.
Aug
18
asked Fix The Selected Disk is of the GPT Partition Style error
Apr
13
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
11
comment External Hard Drive Can't access Ubuntu 14.04
Drive work on Windows.lsblk,blkid,parted -l and fdisk -l only give details about hard drive on my laptop. Above commands not gives any details about external hard drive.
Feb
10
asked External Hard Drive Can't access Ubuntu 14.04
Jan
26
awarded  Tumbleweed
Jan
19
asked Satellite L745 Battery - Plugged In but not charging
Jan
15
asked Ubuntu partition sizes
Jan
5
comment Windows 7 stuck on Boot Screen
Thanks you. I'll check this.
Jan
3
accepted Partition a hard drive without losing data
Jan
2
comment Windows 7 stuck on Boot Screen
What kind of hard drive failure is that ? Complete dead of hard drive or bad sectors ? Is there any method to check that ?
Jan
2
comment Windows 7 stuck on Boot Screen
@Tetsujin No. This question hasn't any relationship with that one.
Jan
1
asked Windows 7 stuck on Boot Screen
Jan
1
comment Partition a hard drive without losing data
Thanks for your answer. I'll check this method.
Jan
1
comment Partition a hard drive without losing data
@John1024 Thanks for your answer. I'll check this.
Jan
1
asked Partition a hard drive without losing data
Dec
30
awarded  Commentator
Dec
30
comment 8 GB SD card shows up as only 6.47 GB after creating ext2 partition; how do I recover the lost space?
@DragonLord can i execute this dd command using terminal in android device ? Then with what should i replace <device> ?
Dec
27
comment 8 GB SD card shows up as only 6.47 GB after creating ext2 partition; how do I recover the lost space?
@DragonLord Thanks for your answer. I'm new to Linux. with what should i replace <device> in dd if=/dev/zero of=<device> bs=4096 count=1024 ? in Ubuntu, my sd card path show as /media/guest-HxZww1/7BA3-15EC
Dec
26
comment 8 GB SD card shows up as only 6.47 GB after creating ext2 partition; how do I recover the lost space?
@Huey SD card scan is OK and no virus.