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Add a Partition?

Mike Kopack

Posts 258
24 Oct 2019 00:53


Hey gang...

Ok just reimaged Coffin 54 onto a 64 GB card.

How do I go about adding another partition or two onto the other 32 GB... I tried opening up HDToolbox and saw 3 small partitions and then a big ~32 GB one, but no open space even though it said it saw a 64 GB card.

PLEASE don't tell me I have to deal with UAE to do this....


Roy Gillotti

Posts 357
24 Oct 2019 01:11


Mike Kopack wrote:

Hey gang...
 
  Ok just reimaged Coffin 54 onto a 64 GB card.
 
  How do I go about adding another partition or two onto the other 32 GB... I tried opening up HDToolbox and saw 3 small partitions and then a big ~32 GB one, but no open space even though it said it saw a 64 GB card.
 
  PLEASE don't tell me I have to deal with UAE to do this....

Due to the nature of how it was imaged... yeah you need WinUAE to do this...


Mike Kopack

Posts 258
24 Oct 2019 01:13


Roy Gillotti wrote:

Mike Kopack wrote:

  Hey gang...
 
  Ok just reimaged Coffin 54 onto a 64 GB card.
 
  How do I go about adding another partition or two onto the other 32 GB... I tried opening up HDToolbox and saw 3 small partitions and then a big ~32 GB one, but no open space even though it said it saw a 64 GB card.
 
  PLEASE don't tell me I have to deal with UAE to do this....
 

  Due to the nature of how it was imaged... yeah you need WinUAE to do this...

Well, crap...


Roy Gillotti

Posts 357
24 Oct 2019 01:20


It was kind of convoluted how I had to do it, not only did I need to mount a bootable OS, I had to mount the coffin image and the CF card at the same time. I made sure I made all the partitions with the right settings just bigger. Then used Directory Opus to copy all the files into the appropriate partitions. 

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