|I'm trying mount my OS/2 W4 HPFS file system from Mandrake 10 and I am having trouble. A bit of googling recommends running chkdsk /f from OS/2 to fix the problem. When I run chkdsk (w/o /f) from an OS/2 window, it tells me it finds errors but I need the /f to fix them. When I run chkdsk /f i get this error:
The current hard disk drive is: c:
The current file system for the disk is HPFS
The HPFS file system program has been started.
SYS0108: The disk is in use or locked by another process
Any ideas on how to get chkdsk /f to run? THe only thing that I can think that could be causing the problem is that I am using bootmagic to boot to the OS/2 install. Here is what the disk looks like:
Partition 1 is fat16 with DOS installed and boot magic
Partition 2 is fat32 with Win95 installed
Partition 3 is HPFS with OS/2
Partition 4 is fat32 with WinME
I'll try disabling partition magic to see if that does anything. Any other suggestions would be appreciated.