jm1 wrote:This is more of a Vista problem than a Linux problem, but I'm sure there are plenty of dual booters out there. Maybe one of you has experienced the same problem so here it is:I finally got Sabayon installed on my laptop alongside Vista. Almost everything works, but now Vista will not shut down completely or go into hibernation. These features worked fine before installing Sabayon, now they don't. I don't know what the Sabayon install could have done to cause this, but it's an awfully big coincidence if they are unrelated.
jm1 wrote:As an aside, Vista's disk manager also shows 5 primary partitions now (EISA config, recovery, Vista, a 94mb partition made by Linux install, and the Linux partition) which as I understand isn't possible.
Eden wrote:did you fragment before partitioning the drive?
Eden wrote:It is impossible, this 5th 94mb 'primary partition' is most likely just un-partitioned space, check with gparted it should say unallocated space when you click or hover over it.
Put simply, you have way to much confidence into Microsoft's ability to write god programs.
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