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Old 23rd November 2009, 05:57
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Default Identifying partitions

I have very recently installed Ubuntu 9.0 and now I have multi boot system
My PC is fitted with two hard disks.While I Am on Ubuntu Eventhough I could access all the partitions I am not able to identify quickly the partitions because
the information displayed as new volume,new volume .etc.request guidance to access the partitions in a manner so that identification is easy.Hope I have explained my difficulty properly.thanks
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