fdisk on a Windows image

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I have executed a "fdisk -lu" command on a NTFS image.  The second to
last column lists the "System ID".  I know that 72 is the extended
partition and 0 empty partition.  I am mostly familiar with FAT and NTFS
filesystems only on Windows.  What are the partition IDs 70 and 43?

Thank you in advance.



[root@linux images]# fdisk -lu windows-ntfs.img | grep windows-ntfs
You must set cylinders.
You can do this from the extra functions menu.
Disk windows-ntfs.img: 0 MB, 0 bytes
windows-ntfs.img1   ?     6579571  1924427647   958924038+  70
DiskSecure Multi-Boot
windows-ntfs.img2   ?  1953251627  3771827541   909287957+  43  Unknown
windows-ntfs.img3   ?   225735265   225735274           5   72  Unknown
windows-ntfs.img4      2642411520  2642463409       25945    0  Empty
[root@linux images]#


Re: fdisk on a Windows image

On Dec 14, 3:34 pm, Neil Jones <castellan2004-nsc...@remove-
this.yahoo.com> wrote:
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