Question about Western Digital Caviar 40 GB Hard Drive
Try using the command FDISK /mbr. This should fix the master boot record. If not, then if you don't care about the data on your drive, you could wipe it clean with any of the several utilities available on the web and then try partitioning it. Search for "Wipe Disk" in Google.
Posted on Sep 28, 2007
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