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    PrimalYeti's Avatar
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    Boot Camp partition gone?
    Hey Guys;

    I have a bit of a problem. I booted up my MBP today (it's been off for 2 days now) and when I booted into OS X, I noticed that my Windows Drive wasn't showing up on my desktop. I am running Leopard, and I can still boot into windows from the boot menu. I run Disk Utility and I can still see my Windows partition, but its gray. I cant perform any repairs on it through DU.

    Any help?
    I play WoW on a Mac!

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    Is it mounted. Try to mount it using disk utility.

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    I have a same problem. And I need help! Did you resolve it?

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