On October 2, 2013 at 19:34, elannut said...
Actually was able to clone the RequestN using Clonezilla: I simply repeated the process but did one thing differently. After it failed and I rebooted from Linux , I was given the option of reboot or unmount drive and reboot. Unmounting the drive allowed it to be seen differently on the second attempt. One issue remains however. Its a 320gb drive but it now looks like 160 gb because of how it was partitioned. I need to figure out how to reclaim all that unallocated space.
Yeah, I think you guys were on different pages with SAMBA.
I'm not familiar with the capabilities of Clonezilla but I did exactly what you are trying to do using Partition Manager. I used the Pro (purchased) version but you could take a look at this free version (your risk): http://download.cnet.com/Paragon-Partition-Manager-Free-Edition
Leave the two Linux partitions alone as these store the OS and don't need messing with. Just resize the FAT partition and you are good to go.
Let us know how you get on and if you can share any tips for using Clonezilla that would be great. I took a look at it but it seemed a bit cumbersome(?)
Last edited by senor-232 on October 2, 2013 23:12.