I am running with triple booting my system. I have a 1TB drive. I made the error of making the linux swap out of my 600gb ntfs drive, which then it made the space unallocated and I cannot seem to add it to the extended partition. Is there an easy way to fix this? I don't mind having to start over the installs, would like to keep the win7 partition so that I can still access the computer.
/dev/sda1 - ntfs - 100MB - boot
/dev/sda2 - ntfs - win7 - 218.52GB
/dev/sda3 - ntfs - win8 - 58.59GB
/dev/sda4 - extended - lba - 61.25GB
/dev/sda5 - ext4 - / - 53.71
/dev/sda6 - linux-swap - 8GB
unallocated - 593.05GB
Did not know if I could just shift the linux swap to not be a primary so that I could allocate the 600GB. Just want to use that drive as NTFS for disc images and media storage. My guess is that I will have to boot with GParted and delete my Ubuntu Install and repartition those drives, might even have to remove the windows 8 too? Not sure, can someone give me a partition layout that will work for my triple boot with a media partition as well with all the swaps needed? Thanks.