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Alright, I got Knoppix, but I can't find QTParted and it doesn't work with my Linksys wireless adapter. I tried doing a search, no luck with that, where might I ...
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    Alright, I got Knoppix, but I can't find QTParted and it doesn't work with my Linksys wireless adapter. I tried doing a search, no luck with that, where might I find it?

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    Oooh, I got an idea, I could download it to my USB drive and load it that way : )

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    in knoppix, open up a terminal and type
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    sudo qtparted
    and then enter, and qtparted should start.
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    NM, I found it, but TY anyway.

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    Crap, I've gotten this far so I'm not givin up now, the problem is that when I try to resize the old laptop's 28 GB hard drive into a nice 18 GB partition for windows, leaving 10 for Linux, I get the following error:

    "Filesystem check failed! Totally 92 cluster accounting mismatches."

    Note: Ranish also refused to work with the NTFS file system.

    Is there anything I can do about this?

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    Defraggment the drive, then try with QTParted. I know System Rescue CD has the tool to resize NTFS.

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    Alright, so defragging it should do it?

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    Crap, I keep getting this error now, I can get it to do the partition thing, but then when I try to commit the changes, during step 1 of 3, it says

    Copying '/UNIONfS/dev/hdc2' as NTFS failed: Operation not supported

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    I did it!!!!!!! Yes!!!! I Limewired PartitionMagic, since no other program seemed capable, Fedora Core 4 is finally ready to go!!!!! 48% done partitioning at this moment!

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