I have really tried to search forums for my exact problem, but I just cannot seem find a direction to go. I have several linux and Windows partitioned Fujitsu MAP3367NP SCSI hard drives, and I need to restore it back to the factor settings (Cylinders/Sectors/Head) sizes etc. From what I have found out, I presume the drive capacity is 36.7 GB OEM If I use CFDISK in Linux, as well as PARTED and GPARTED I only see a 17.1G partition (ID83 Linux Native) and (ID82 Linux Swap) of 47.1M. I am assuming there is a partition that I just cannot see that is taking up the rest of the space to equal around 36GB. Could this be caused from a software partition manager? or part of a RAID stripe? Can anyone point me in the right sirection as to recover the full capacity of the drive? Data is not an issue, so if there is a command that can restore back to factory, or delete all partitions/flags etc and set them back to the OEM state? I have attached a couple screen shots. One of the screenshots shows Gparted with the same model drive, but a different physical drive, that has the same problem, but it is partitioned into NTFS partitions. The information on the sectors/cylinders/head is the same as the drive descriped above Thank you very much for your help! This is a time sensitive project. I can provide more information if needed.
LSI BIOS output
Gparted info of same model number, different physical drive with NTFS
CFDISK output different drive, same model, with Linux partitions