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In finder devices not show drive windows install?


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Hi Dear

I just install window7 after that i go to mac os in finder not so window drive...

How we can show window drive in finder devices....?

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Did you "label" your Windows drive while in Windows 7? Go to Windows 7 and open up "Computer". Right click on drive C and select rename or label the drive. Give it a name. Click "apply".

Boot back to your Mac drive. (Snow Leopard). Make sure that you select show hard drives on the desktop. The Windows 7 drive should show up with the name you gave it.
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thank for yr reply, i try it already .. but still not show....

when i go to dikutility i see drive of bootcamp but i can not mout it... can not verifi, can not repaire....how can i do....?

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You can not do a Verify and Repair of your Boot Camp partition using Disk Utility. The only way you can verify and repair the BC partition is to boot the machine with your Windows 7 DVD and run "chkdsk /f" from the command line.

You can verify and repair your MacIntosh HD by booting with your Snow Leopard DVD and using Disk Utility that way. However, Disk Utility, even from the Snow Leopard DVD, can not verify and repair the BC partition as that is formatted to NTFS.
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