|23 Feb 2012||#10|
Sorry if I revive this too much ^^
After changing the disk where I have the O.S., the new installation of 7 does the same thing that happens to Rhythmeister, with my second disk. But the diference is I never install a O.S. on that disk and is NTFS.
And I can see the information inside from a Ubuntu live cd.
There is a way fix this, or i have to back up everythig to my new disk and make a new volume?
Sorry about my english :P
Could you post a screenshot of your Disk Management window showing what it has for these drives?
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|24 Feb 2012||#18|
That may be fine for Ubuntu, but for Windows 7 to be able to use Disco 0, it needs to be formated as either NTFS or FAT32 first. NTFS is preferred. If you format it, be sure to backup anything you do not want to lose to another location first with your Ubuntu live CD.
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