|Reported by:||starsseed||Owned by:||stippi|
|Keywords:||MBR file-system partition-type||Cc:|
|Has a Patch:||no||Platform:||All|
DriveSetup allows to initialize a partition with a file-system that is not consistent with the partition type.
If you install a BFS file system onto a partition which type is NTFS, Windows(1) offers to initialize the partition with a NTFS file system (which will overwrite Haiku).
If the partition type is correct (BFS), windows doesn't allow any modification.
either let DriveSetup change the partition type in the MBR according to the file-system initialised,
or make DriveSetup filter the file system types according to the partition type.
(1) I dont know about linux behaviour but I don't want much to risk it.