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Sometimes Ubuntu won't mount an unclean ntfs filesystem unless you force mount the device. sudo mount -t ntfs-3g /dev/sdXn /mnt/pendrive -o force Replace Xn with the letter and number of the ntfs partition on the pendrive in the Disks application.


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External USB drives are automatically mounted in /media. In order to mount internal drives automatically, you need to follow the instructions at https://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/debian-ubuntu-linux-auto-mounting-windows-ntfs-file-system/ Hope this helps, Larry


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You must move your partitions such that the free space is next to the partition you are trying to expand first. In your case, I believe that means you should move sda3, sda5, sda6, and sda7 all the way to the right. Please exercise caution when you try this / make a backup. I have no idea what I am doing. I am trying it now, and I might have just ruined my ...


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It wasn't a problem that your partition was set to GPT. NTFS partition is actualy one of the Microsoft basic data partitions under number 6. Read the wikipedia here.


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