We dont know what “D” drive is. Or ‘extender’ partition.
If you want to make a partition that both windoze and linux can easily use … you might want to go with exFat.
The mount issue seems to have fixed itself. sorry, I meant extended. I have mistyping issues.
GNU/Linux is a UNIX system. For your own good, you should use it as such, instead of trying to use it like Microsoft Windows.
I was just trying to make a download partition, not trying to use like windows. I meant no offense if it was taken.
No offense was taken, but we do get a lot of people who are confused by the fact that GNU/Linux doesn’t do “drives”, and who somehow always want to do things The Windows Way™, which of course won’t work.
I am just use to saying drives, looks like I made Win10 unbootable anyway. It prob., needed s reinstall anyway.