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    I'm skeptical if I can partition my hd.

    I have a Compaq Presario V2000, and want to install Ubuntu on it. I booted from knoppix 4.0.2 and started QTParted (v0.4.4). There are two partitions: hdc (a recovery) and hda (Windows) . When I selected hda for qtparted to look at, it said my used space was 'N/A'. I didn't know if that means that qtparted was for some reason having trouble reading the ntfs partition. Since I didn't know, I didn't do any repartitioning yet. (I was going to show a pic of what I saw, but I don't know how.)
    Any suggestions?

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    Linux User yourname3232's Avatar
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    I had the same problen on a V5000 laptop. What I did was downloaded the GParted Live CD and used that. It worked just fine for me. Good luck!
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    I booted from GParted liveCD. when I tried to resize the main partition, it wouldn't let me. I looked at its information about that part and it had this error:

    couldn't mount device '/dev/hda1' : Input/output error

    again, does anyone have any suggestions?

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