erasing the wrong partition

A

Anonymous

Guest
hi,

first sorry for my englisch.

i have 3 primary partitions.

1=win 2000
2=win xp
3=boot

and some logical partitions

if i use dban 1.0.2 i can select the different partitions like
0,0,0,-,1 should be win 2000
0,0,0,-,2 should be win xp
0,0,0,-,3 should be boot
0,0,0,-,4 and so on
0,0,0,-,5

i hope i'm right so far.

now my problem is if i choose 0,0,0,-,1 - partition 2 win xp is erased and if i choose 0,0,0,-,2 - partition 1 win 2000 is erased. i tried it 3 times. i also changed the active and the hidden status of the partitions but i was always the same. so is this a bug or am i doing something wrong?

is it possible to include the partition names or the partition sizes in a future version (so we can be sure to choose the right partition ) i'm a stupid windows user.

regards
frank
 

dajhorn

Member
is it possible to include the partition names or the partition sizes in a future version
This is a low priority item, but it is on the TODO list.
 
Top