Quote: Originally Posted by JeepnDave
What difference does that make if the computer will boot?
Obviously, the computer can boot. But only the C "primary" partition (on Disk3) is visible, plus I (the one "logical" partition) on Disk0.
This is all very odd, and I'm just thinking out loud. How did that one partition get lettered as I, unless all the other missing primary partitions had been assigned conceptual letters as well? There are five missing "primary" partitions (D, E, F, G, H, presumably) so that the "logical" partition of I at least looks plausible.
So why are those "primary" partitions that seem to have gotten letters now showing as no file system, and no letter?
I'm just thinking out loud.