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The simplest way would be to reformat as NTFS. Use the advance options to delete and re-create partions.
GPT requires EFI and there is some debate whether Win 7 can be installed. I have not tested yet and quite frankly I would not waste the time and effort. Your hard drive and partition size is well within requirements. Good Luck
The partitions are listed in neumeric order. Enter the number (1 or 2) the the partitin is listed as, and the partition will be deleted.
Please note, you will lose EVERYTHING in that partition and you will have to reformat the partition.
if you are willing to lose the data you can reformat the computer with these steps:
1) insert the windows installation disc
2) boot from cd
3) when you get to the hard drive manager part delete all of the hard drive partitions (it should make one partion)
5) format the one partition
6) install windows to that partition
Unmountable boot volume is Hard Disk Partition lost. There are two partition on hard disk, one is NTFS & FAT32, if this two partition are damage or lost, then you have lost your data also. Reformat on it are the best way result and put new windows system.
You can recover your pictures after reformat by using a program RECOVERMYFILES, this program even when your windows system got reformatted can recover all of it.
Hi Michael, Its possible to reformat your hard drive by using a DOS boot floppy disk or CD. You can create this disk on another pc then boot your pc from this disk. It will boot your pc to a DOS prompt, usually "C:>" from there you can create partitions, delete partitions and format the hard drive. The command for creating partitions is FDISK.exe. Make sure your boot disk has the FDISK.exe command on it. Let me know if you require any further assistance regarding this. Best wishes, Graemevm
The partition was most likely set up by the recovery as a tool for future recoveries. The only way to get rid of the partition is to reformat the hard drive and install a new operating system. Partitions can only be created or deleted during the operating system set up process.