Originally Posted by movrshakr
You understood it perfectly. Thanks.
Side question then...why was someone insisting the 1st partition was the one that should be expanded? I guess because it is the one you "see" when the card is out of the Nook--but so what, as space added to 1st partition would be unusable as soon as it was back into the Nook, right?
Or is it that the OTHER folders (other than sdcard) belong to partition 1?
Yeah, you're basically correct. They just wanted to extend the first partition because they have a Windows machine and they want to be able to view the contents of the card when it's outside of the NT.
You can make an edit of a system file to allow the CM7 SD ROM to mount the 1st partition of the card as the "userdata" partition, but it's absolutely easier to just make the 4th card partition for userdata. Not to mention safer, since the 1st partition contains all the boot files.
If you're interested, I made a tutorial a while back to allow Windows to mount all the partitions of your SD card.
Originally Posted by kazzaz
Solar.Plexus thank you done it perfectly but it's strange that there are about 2g still unused why is that ? or they go for the system ?
Are you using a big SD card, 32GB or so? In that case, the card needs a few GBs for itself, meaning you actually have a little less than 32GB, even when you buy it and take it out of the packaging.
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