First of all, I'm aware that this probably isn't the right forum for finding out how to fix this but I'm just trying to find a solution because I'm annoyed about having to sign up for about a million forums! Lol.
Okay, I installed Sabayon on my desktop, in a separate partition than Windows XP. It's working great. However, I'm having trouble with my laptop. I haven't been able to resize the Windows XP partition because of some hard drive damage. There's some instructions here I've tried to follow.
Here's a screenshot of what it told me to do.
http://i147.photobucket.com/albums/r295 ... 110544.jpg
This failed to fix it. I didn't back up the entire system because I couldn't be bothered (I've already backed up any data I want to keep anyway) but I did check the hard drive using chkdsk /f /r in Windows, which didn't say anything was damaged and I rebooted 3 times just to be sure, then put the disk in. Apparently hard drive is still damaged. Tried using a command line ntfsclone --rescue -f to force Parted Magic to ignore the "damage" (not sure if that's right) and it didn't work. I tried many variations of it. Did not work. I also tried ntfsclone --rescue --ignore-fs-check and many variations of that. Did not work. I just get a screen telling me about options including the ones I've tried and it says ERROR: YOU MUST CHOOSE AN OUTPUT FILE or something similar. I'm annoyed.