Topic: [SOLVED] NTFS volume size is bigger than the device size, WIN 7 won...
My brother just bought a new notebook computer and asked me to resize the 1 Partition available and create a second Partition for Data.
I downloaded gparted-live-0.5.0-3. After resizing the C: Partition to 100Gb and creating a new Partition with the remaining 484Gb I unfortunately had the problem that the Volumesize is bigger than the devicesize and now Win7 crashes with a bluescreen.
Can anybody please help? I must admit that I have hardly any idea how to work with Linux. I have now got a USB-Memorystick attatched to that notebook on which i can store the mbr and pbr on and the GParted 0.4.6 LiveCD running. But I REALLY need help!!
Thanks a lot in advance!
PS: Is it possible to store the mbr and pbr directly onto the USB-Memory?