|So, I decided to install Novell DOS 7, because I wanted to use it. So, i put in my Quantum HDD. I had W98SE installed on a partition. Anyway, I thought the disk was larger than 19469 (20GB), and it isn't. I partitioned it with Novell FDISK (Excellent tool, better than MS FDisk) and installed. I have a problem booting. So, I used my Windows 98 SE CD-ROM, and checked the disk with MS FDISK. This is what I see:|
Display Partition Information
Current Fixed Disk Drive: 1
Partition Status Type Volume Label Mbytes System Usage
C: 1 A PRI DOS NOVELLDOS7 2047 FAT16 11%
D: 2 PRI DOS 19469 FAT32 100%
Total Disk Space is 19469 Mbytes (1 Mbyte = 1048576 bytes)
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My question is: How in the hell is this even possible? I went over the HDD Boundary. And I didn't think that was possible. Did it overlap the second partition, or did it get screwed up (Software says partition exists, Hardware says partition exists, Partition is really non-existant). I found this to be kind of funny.
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