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I have a Pen-drive of 8GB, I have 2 partitions on it, one of 15MB and another of the remaining (7GB+).

I know that Windows only recognizes the first partition, is there any way to mount the second partition on Windows.

marked as duplicate by Pimp Juice IT, music2myear, fixer1234, BenjiWiebe, Dave M Apr 27 '17 at 19:25

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  • Have you tried using the Disk Management utility, invokable by running diskmgmt.msc? – Rilgon Arcsinh Apr 30 '12 at 10:23
  • Yes, That Does not Help out. – Akshat Mittal May 1 '12 at 10:51
  • When the accepted answer IS the other question, yea, I think that qualifies as duplicate. – music2myear Apr 27 '17 at 16:43

There seems to be a registry hack available for windows. Try the following post.

USB-Sticks and multiple Partitions

  • This work only with 32-bits windows... – user2284570 Mar 8 '15 at 19:59

You just need to activate the primary partition on both partition.

You can follow this command line:

  list disk
  select <disk number>
   create partition primary size=2000  (mount of size you want on the usb)
  format quick fs=fat32 label="name it the way you want"
  assign letter=P
  • What about 4Tb hard disk partitioned with ɢᴘᴛ ? – user2284570 Apr 27 '17 at 12:29

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