I'm unable to shrink Windows partition using gparted live CD.
The partition filesystem is NTFS. Windows 7 is on it and boots fine.
Gparted information dialog gives the following:
- Status - unmounted
- ERROR - the disk has at least 19 bad sectors
- Run chkdsk /f /r on Windows and reboot it TWICE! Then you can resize NTFS safely by additionally using the --bad-sectors option of ntfsresize
- The cause might be a missing software package. The following list of software packages is required for ntfs file system support: ntfsprogs / ntfs-3g.
I've scanned for disk errors and rebooted twice as suggested above.
How do I get rid of this red exclamation mark? (The red exclamation mark looks like this).
Thanks in advance.