How do I look at what's inside my partitions? I got some wasting space but I can't figure out which ones. Would be great if I could see what files are inside (including anything related to booting).
Only one partition is appearing on my windows 'my computer' screen and on the opensuse I can't look inside them either (but it does detect them).
If you're really desperate to know why I would possibly want to do this...
I have (useful) partitions for
i) boot (grub)
iv) windows backup (OEM)
useless partitions I have
i) boot (windows / old boot setup...need to figure out which partition this is and delete it - i have 2 200 MB partitions)
ii) empty space
iii) remains of a deleted/ignored opensuse install*
*not complete - I deleted some of the partitions associated with this install
** Please note - this setup was not intentional. It's the fix I ended up with when my PC wouldn't boot at all. Spent 4 hours getting around that and this mess, is the result. Would like to tidy it up.
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- Thread Starter
- 28-12-2010 18:48
- 29-12-2010 04:02
You can't look inside them how? Why can't you just mount the partitions manually within openSUSE? (I assume windows is ignoring them because they aren't FAT/NTFS)