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sounds like you did something with gparted that win doesn't like, or even know about.. assuming there is nothing important on the drive, i'd wipe it with gparted and then ...
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    sounds like you did something with gparted that win doesn't like, or even know about..

    assuming there is nothing important on the drive, i'd wipe it with gparted and then try win

    best to use win for the win partitioning stuff here,
    Last edited by jonyo; 02-02-2012 at 12:02 AM.

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    Uh i just had a problem like that except my hardrive was actually protected against reinstalls so i have to have a certain version of windows, also trying it a billion times it worked

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    It's not EUFI is it? In which case you may be able to disable it via the BIOS.
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    Time machines!

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    Doesn't really matter does it!?


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