You are correct, you would use # disklabel -E sd0
to start the disklabel editor.
Thank you, by the way, for reviewing the man page.
- Use the "a" command to add a new partition.
- Select a partition letter. You may use anything from a-p except for c, since that is the physical drive.
- Since you have told us that this is a FAT filesystem, even though it is an NTFS partition, use "msdos" as the partition type.
- The starting sector number is 63.
- The editor should show the remaining sectors of the drive as the default, press the ENTER key to accept the default. You can also use an asterisk, *, to specify the remaining sectors of the drive. If you need to, you can type out the number of sectors manually, which if my math is correct, is 3907023940.
- Use the "w" command to write the revised disklabel to the drive.
- You may then use the "q" command to quit.
You may then attempt to mount the partition.