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Windows 7: System repair disc not functioning properly

17 Jul 2010   #1

Windows 7 & OS X
 
 
System repair disc not functioning properly

I bootcamped my Macbook Pro 15" (2010) model and installed Windows 7 within a 40GB partition. Shortly after I ran out of space and needed to upgrade my partition. So I created a system repair disc and created a system image. Then I rebootcamped and installed Windows 7 on an 80GB partition. Before I reinstalled and repartitioned my hdd, I booted from my system repair disc to check for functionality. It worked fine and allowed my the option of checking or unchecking the box that reads "Format and repartition discs". Now that I've reinstalled windows 7 AND all the apple drivers using my OS X disc, when I boot from the system repair CD and follow the steps, I cannot uncheck the box asking to format all discs. I can't do this obviously because it would format the entire hdd and delete my OS X partition which has all my stuff backed up on and has all of my data. PLEASE HELP

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17 Jul 2010   #2

Mc Donald OS Version Beta
 
 

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17 Jul 2010   #3

Windows 7 & OS X
 
 

Still doesn't work :/
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