I now have a problem seeing and accessing some partitions on my flash disk after it has been repartitioned with the fdisk utility under the Debian Linux.
I repartitioned my 16GB flash disk into two primary partitions with one being 4GiB in size and the other one taking the rest of the available space. I wrote the changes to the disk using fdisk with root privileges and formatted the two partitions with "mkfs -t ntfs" command.
The two partitions can be mounted and written to under the Debian, but when I plug the flash disk into another PC with Windows 7, only the first 4G partition can been seen and and used. When I try to identify the disk in the System Management Panel, I can see the two partitions, but only the first 4G one was assigned a disk label.
I tried to repartition the disk again with one primary NTFS partition and other numbers of logical partitions. The problem persists. What seems to be the problem?