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Here's my problem. Drive 1 Windows XP SP2 NTFS Drive 2 first partition 20 g partition Fedora Core 3 Drive 2 second partition140 g NTFS Data Since Fedora Core 3 ...
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    Fedora Core 3 and Windows XP Partitions


    Here's my problem.

    Drive 1 Windows XP SP2 NTFS
    Drive 2 first partition 20 g partition Fedora Core 3
    Drive 2 second partition140 g NTFS Data

    Since Fedora Core 3 Windows now sees Drive 2 first partition which it never did in the past. What it did was added an H:\ drive to Windows. I believe this has something to do with Volume Group partitioning in fedora Core 3 and I can't find anything written on this to stop this problem. I would like it so Windows doesn't see the Fedora partition. Any help out there???

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    Problem solved all you have to do is go into disk management in Windows and remove the drive letter. Why windows saw the linux partition in the first place is yet to be answered.

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