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Windows 7: Phantom System Hard Drive?

19 Jul 2015   #1
Caby

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Phantom System Hard Drive?

Hi everyone,

I have reinstalled Windows 7 this morning, on my Samsung evo 840. Everything is ok, but one of my hard drive is recognize as a system hard drive, and I just can't even see it somewhere else that on the Disk Management.

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Moreover,if I remove it, my pc don't start. I don't know how this happened and what should I do. Someone got an idea?

Edit : Thank you Layback Bear


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19 Jul 2015   #2
Layback Bear

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