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How to hide a partition in Refit?


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Hi,

I have 3 partition : Mac OS X, Windows 7, DATA (NTFS).

DATA should not show in Refit. How can I hide it?

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What you need to do is dismount the DATA drive from a or the startup script.
E.g.
umount \Volumes\DATA.

You can also try changing the /etc/fstab (back it up first) to change the mount options for a volume.
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