Should I be getting these options for an NTFS drive???

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EvilWayz
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Should I be getting these options for an NTFS drive???

#1 Post by EvilWayz » 09 Aug 2016, 19:23

I got a new cloned pcb board for the drive I had posted about before, and now partitions are showing up. Sort of.

When I get to the quick search portion of the menu, I got this. Which doesn't make sense to me because the drive wasnt Linux, and definitely didn't have this many partitions.

Disk /dev/sde - 2000 GB / 1863 GiB - CHS 243201 255 63
Current partition structure:
Partition Start End Size in sectors

> 1 * XENIX /usr 15656 153 28 203460 152 18 3017071188

Bad relative sector.
No ext2, JFS, Reiser, cramfs or XFS marker
2 * Linux 79300 66 23 126195 121 41 753371659
2 * Linux 79300 66 23 126195 121 41 753371659

Bad relative sector.
No ext2, JFS, Reiser, cramfs or XFS marker
3 * Linux 79300 66 23 126195 121 41 753371659
3 * Linux 79300 66 23 126195 121 41 753371659

Bad relative sector.
4 * Sys=6D 1141 87 14 119184 105 20 1896361936

Bad relative sector.
Only one partition must be bootable
Space conflict between the following two partitions
4 * Sys=6D 1141 87 14 119184 105 20 1896361936
1 * XENIX /usr 15656 153 28 203460 152 18 3017071188
Space conflict between the following two partitions
1 * XENIX /usr 15656 153 28 203460 152 18 3017071188
> 2 * Linux 79300 66 23 126195 121 41 753371659

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