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Sunday, 01 February 2009 16:29

How to fix missing hard drive partitions in Windows 7

Written by Jon Worrel


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For multiple OS setups


BlogsDNA
has recently posted a guide on how to solve the issue of hard drive partitions not showing up in the latest Windows 7 beta. For those with dual-boot or multiple OS configurations, this will restore access to XP, Vista, or other partitions for file transferring and other useful purposes.

B
asically, all that needs to be done is the assignment of a drive letter for the XP/Vista/other OS partition. To do this, open the Start menu in Windows 7 and type in "diskmgmt.msc" which will open the Disk Management Interface, and assign a drive letter to the unrecognized partition.

More information, including step-by-step diagrams, can be found here

Last modified on Monday, 02 February 2009 18:15

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