You are able to mount the primary partition, not the extended partitions. This is a also a limitation mounting ms-dos fat drives. The extended partitions are done differently and are outside the partition table.

        -Derek

At 07:58 AM 3/30/2007, =?ISO-8859-2?Q?Ivan_Zenzerovi=E6?= wrote:
Hi,

I'm trying to mount an ntfs drive with mount_ntfs. Now, the system sees the
second hard disk, but shows only one partition, ad1s1 wich is NTFS, but on
that disk there are 3 ntfs partitions and the system doesn't see them. On
windows they work fine.

Another thing, after a day or two I tried to boot on windows and the
responded that a file is missing and that they can't start. After that I
rebooted and the started normaly! Weird. What could it be?

Thanks,
Ivan

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